It only takes a little bit of lace to ruin a marriage. Julia felt bad that her shoe laces kept coming undone, causing her husband, Curt, great distress. He was determined to reach the next hut on the Appalacian Mountains Trail before most of the goodies left inside the huts were gone. His impatience was... Continue Reading →
We don't have to forage for our food in the outdoors, But our animal friends still must try to do so. Yet, we so willing impinge on their habitats, Making much ado about more room for humans to grow. If deer or bears or birds could be verbal, I think they would give us the... Continue Reading →
From FreeImages.com Once the storms blow past, Birds take to the air again! We should do likewise! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge: Bird and Blow. I thought about taking back our power after the difficulties of life pass.
Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, Georgia. I am inspired here. Walking on the trails. Admiring the beauty there. Waters sing my song! Written for the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge from Go Dog Go Cafe.
I don't live in an affluent neighborhood, but I felt wealthy as I watched a very spirited hummingbird seeking nutrition from the petals of the flowers indigenous to our area. I was walking on the trail near my home, searching for inspiration for my blog post. Being an iridescent person, someone who seems to understand... Continue Reading →
This is my first first poem in this challenge, so I hope it is alright to post it. Today's prompt was to write a poem about an animal. What a beauty to behold! Walking through the forest, trying to rush my husband along, I looked down and saw a turtle slowly making its way. It... Continue Reading →
Like the trees in winter, let us remember to rest our bodies, releasing all the fears, worries, and disappointments of last year, leaving us rested, renewed, rejuvenated, and ready for a new season in our lives. Written by Regina Davis-Sowers, PhD for One-Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill: Spring is Sprung.
As I sat listening to the birds sing and watching the squirrels race around the tree, I stopped and wondered why humans think that they are superior to other animals, birds, and fish. When I reflect on the ways that humans treat each other, I question if other animals miss the abilities that we have,... Continue Reading →