Photo Credit to Darrell Whiley It doesn't take an analyst to see the emptiness Of the land that I spy far below the plane. Yet, I wouldn't just yet decry it as dull, For there may fun that we can attain. Every place that we visit has its traits, Some with sunshine, and others a... Continue Reading →
The Silver Comet Trail in Georgia We are divided. I think that we can still rise, And find common ground. Written for the Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #413: Divide and Rise.
Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, GA Strutting through the mud, Walking hatless in the rain. Freed to be ageless. Written for the Three things Challenge #990 from Pensitivity 101: strut, freed, rain. I love splashing in puddles, as it makes me feel young again.
With her child in need of dire help, The mother bowed and begged the Lord. She asked Him to mercifully cure her daughter, With the fierceness of a lioness, she roared. When told that she couldn’t receive assistance, She did not give up and she did not give in. She advocated for her child until... Continue Reading →
Photo Credit to Pobble 365 His black shadow that was against the sky Caused me to stop right there in my tracks. He looked frail, yet I knew I should fear him, So I turned aound and found my way back. Sequestered in a house in the forest, I knew that this was his home,... Continue Reading →
St. Augustine, Florida 2021 You whisper sweet words. Like two birds of a feather, We share wondrous love. Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #400: Feather and Whisper.
Photo Credit to Carter Saunders @ Unsplash He spoke sweet words from between smiling lips, And she missed his pernicious danger from the start. No one had schooled her on what to look for In a man with a vacancy in his dastardly heart. He made a quip about women as easy pickings, That it... Continue Reading →
Image credit to Timbri97@Pizabay.com It felt as if time had stood still, and we were walking with the First Peoples Among vibrant blue waters and green trees and mountains covered in white. Inimitable creations that we should take pride in and work to conserve, For once they are gone, it'll be too late to find... Continue Reading →
Image credit to 8Machine @Unsplash It seems quite vain to text full sentences in this digital age. But I can't refrain from writing my feelings with entire words. Yet the answers like "k" or "BTW" are again sent back in reply, Which for someone with a large vocabulary seems really absurd. Even though full words... Continue Reading →