walk these halls resonant voices of the past empty now I found this one day when I was operating the elevator in the Smithsonian. I wanted to explore but I had to let my camera do what I could not. Thanks City Sonnet for the month long challenge. Today’s prompt “narrow”
It’s noon sun radiates on cars and people place to meet swamp flower radiant beauty like the sun lovely Uganda I marvel at the beauty of Uganda. Her people are also very industrious. The cars (top picture) are used for meeting places out of the sun. Children also get out of the heat and pretendContinue reading “Cream Meeting Place #photography #Uganda”
her time to go moon radiates and pulls out to sea * gray dayz winters are harsh there goes the hairline * looking at the time seasons can’t decide Covid expiration date I hope amid all the masks here and distancing there that you are finding a “new normal” Please chuckle we all need to…
Bolted inside external signs of wear no key to find
held her hand last night’s bright silver glow tide recedes
deep in thought too many lives to count wings of gratitude Thankful for lives that have made the sacrifice for freedom. Please enjoy more of Steven Slack’s work here.
innocent conversation macabre aftertaste drinks later?
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”
final song head fell against the pillow flowers wept *** I don’t need to explain what grief is in a time when the flowers in so many gardens are weeping. One of my patients, before she was put in isolation, told me that she thought about her husband every day. “He was a good man.Continue reading “Grief #atozchallenge #elderly #haiku #photography”
Bony fingers shake too close the cannon booms I salute you ©moondustdesigns “Corsair Flag”