Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, GA View nature's wonders. They will add joy to your life. Give thanks to our God! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #333: Life and View.
Image from Jordan_Singh at Pixabay.com Janey walked down the sandy path, ahead of the parents, Clinging to the planet-like balloons that are lighting her way. What a great day it had been of sand, mountains, and sea, And her paints in her suitcase had made it a very special day! She had tried to paint... Continue Reading →
The movement of tides! Their ebb and flow bless my soul. Peace descends on me! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #332: Ebb and Flow!
I am the one who made a vow To, by the sweat of my brow, Put my hand to the plough And ensure that the bough Never breaks under thou! My efforts have earned a wow! Written for the Saturday Mix-Rhyme Time from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie. The rhyming prompts are thou, plough, bough, vow, brow, and... Continue Reading →
Granny had nothing to bequeath us In terms of material goods and cash. But, she left a legacy of being honest That is much better than an art stash. She taught us by her examples To always treat people with decency. Even with women who talked about her, She cared for them with much frequency.... Continue Reading →
It is cold outside! We snuggle in a blanket! We fall more in love! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #330: Cold and Fall.
"Who is my neighbor?" I have been thinking of what a contemporary answer to this question might be, if I were asked it today. I believe that the blogging community that I am blessed to participate in helps me understand what it means to be a neighbor, similar to the story told of the Good... Continue Reading →
Photo from goodfreephotos.com Rain wets the flowers. Buds drink thirstily and sigh! Blooms start to open! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge: Bloom and Wet.
Tears drip quietly. Each drop takes my pain away. I can see the Light. Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #327: drip and drop.