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 ebird.org The call of the birds in the trees Causes me to look up in jealousy. Their colorful breasts like winter clothes Warms them, as they sing their melodies. I'm granted the opportunity to listen And be soothed by this chance encounter. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #197 from Sammiscribbles: Call in 41... 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.
A Very Narrow Bridge on the White Trail at Sweetwater Creek State Park I have regained my initial goal weight of 125 pounds, and now I plan to move toward my new goal of 120 pounds. It will not be until I am about 122 pounds that I won't be considered overweight. For me to... Continue Reading →
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.
Photo Credit: Richard Kasperowski @ Unsplash By the lily pond, I have peace and solitude. Nature captivates. Columns of green leaves, Combined with golden fishes, Color o'er our pain. So, I'll sit down here And listen to the frogs sing. Internal joy found . Written for the What Do You See #68 from Keep It... Continue Reading →
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 →
Oceans seem endless, But somewhere is a shore. Problems seem the same, But, soon, they are no more. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt from Sammiscribbles. The prompt is Endless in 18 words exactly.
Photo from Lewis Roberts- Unsplash Watching the little monkey looking down on us, I wondered what he could have possibly thought Of the two-legged creatures sitting under the tree And of the havoc to his habitat they often wrought. I spoke softly, telling him there was no need to be afraid, That those in our... Continue Reading →
My marriage is over, and I am sorely lost, So I came to the place I once called home. Here is where I learned to run away from people And to find solace and peace in nature alone. My old friend, Tree, was still there in the woods, But all that's left of him was... Continue Reading →