Walking in the woods, I came upon a red leaf snagged on a branch; I wonder will it fall to the ground or will it still be hanging their next spring, faded to a muted brown? Photographed by me and edited with IColorama App. Copyright © October 11, 2017, all rights reserved.
Source: Marking the Moment – workshop
Source: Small Worlds – new haiku from Lyn Reeves
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The sun appears suddenly and briefly from behind its dark covering of clouds just minutes before it sinks below the horizon. Like heated metal, fiery in a fierce furnace of red; bewitching just enough, I pause, hushed, the crickets murmurs nothing. A perspective granted briefly that turns my head. to see how light in… Continue reading A Perspective Granted Briefly – Haibun Ending with a Tanka and Photograph
unaware in darkness of night the sunflowers still seems steeped in tender rays a flower I was born to be (I used Icolorama to edit my photograph) AS ALWAYS, I WELCOME COMMENTS Copyright © 2016 All Rights Reserved, Connie I. Gildersleeve
Posted for Jane Bartles. My husband while stationed in Okinawa, fifty years ago, bought this kimono for me.
Soon, I hope I can catch-up on all my friends’s blog posts. This surgery is taking longer to get moving, and my mental tiredness leaves me with little energy. .
time lingers- propped up with pillows a pair of sparrows baby making again outside my window All content, copyright 2016, Connie Gildersleeve.
Five days after surgery – finally a real bath then a nap. .