Today I was thinking about waiting for the light wrote about the dawn. This afternoon my poem came together with only a bit of a challenge
Month: April 2017
Less Equals More When Stress is Lost and Rest is Gained
Less equals more. I’ll show you what I mean. As I minimize I will have more free time and less stress., the kind of “more” we could all use.
Behold and See Beautiful Flowers Described in Haiku
This week’s haiku challenge from Ronovan Writes are the words Behold & See. It seems to me these words could be used in so many ways. [bctt tweet=”I chose to write about flowers on our property.” username=”GaylWright”] First up is the honeysuckle. These blossoms are fragrant […]
Singing Transcends Cultures and Peoples and Time
Singing transcends all cultures and brings people together. And when singing isn’t possible, a smile also goes far to reach other people.
A Beautiful World Marred but Restoration Is Coming
As of now complete beauty is not restored, but all of creation will be rescued from the tyranny of change and decay. There will be beautiful restoration.
Adventures Await us on our Journey of Life
I have three stories, each slightly different. You can use your own imagination to fill in the details for each story. Adventures await!
Happy, Alive, Beautiful and Free: A Butterfly Haiku
HAPPY BUTTERFLY HAIKU Today is Haiku Poetry Day. In honor of that I spent some time with the online Magnetic Poetry kit. It’s a lot of fun using the magnetic poetry kit. Using one of my photos as a guide I wrote a haiku about […]
Resurrection of Jesus Means Hope Will Never Die
RESURRECTION BRINGS HOPE The Resurrection of Jesus is one of the greatest events in history, but the few days before it were filled with sadness and pain. Empty is the Five Minute Friday word for this week. I thought of the emptiness the disciples must have […]
Wonder & Spy: A Haiku Challenge
Sunday, I took a walk around our property to wonder and spy, looking for something to photograph. Then I wrote haiku!
Enough To Satisfy: How Much Does it Take
How much is enough to satisfy? I have a feeling that it might have a little bit to do with being content with what we have.