Questions makes no sense Sitting under a fog bank sorrow on my brow *** Vindicate me, O God, and plead my case against an ungodly nation; deliver me from deceitful and unjust men. 2For You are the God of my refuge. Why have You rejected me? Why must I walk in sorrowContinue reading “Why Are You Downcast? #psalm #trial #haiku”
wrapped in fog tantalizing aromas golden silhouette Photo Challenge this week is My Favorite Place
Mourning wail sun tries to break through fog seagull echo * Old memories city sounds fog can’t disguise gold in her eyes
Fog circles my wrist empty are yesterday’s castles I never walk alone Hard to pass up this prompt for the Carpe Diem Haiku Family is Empty Beach.
The goal of the challenge at Carpe Diem is to take the Tanka (written by Takuboku) as an inspiration for a Tanka: On the white sand Of the beach of a small isle In the Eastern Sea I, my face streaked with tears, Am playing with a crab (c) Ishikawa Takuboku Dragging my feet myContinue reading “Lost in the Fog #photography #poetry”
Early dawn awakens calling us to her waves recede their motion revealing white treasure * unveiled each saucy look Wide eyed as a child taking in the picture things so tame yet wild * birds stilt-like skinny legs scurry dodge the flow She knows us and smiles little ones on the go ** lovers inContinue reading “Our Beach #oneshotwednesday”
What is there that I cannot see peering from beneath a blanket of misty gray? I feel a forboding in my spirit I am not alone Join us for MicroFiction Monday as we try to construct a story in 140 characters based on a photo prompt. Thanks to Susan who graciously hosts each week.