APRIL SHOWERS “April showers bring May…” is the Day 8 prompt for an April Writing Challenge on Instagram. My friend, Beth Morey, of She of the Wild has offered prompts for every day. So far I have written something for each prompt, though I have only shared […]
Spring always comes after winter, then summer, fall and back to winter. After winter, spring comes again and so on. The cycle repeats.
When I revise my writing or art, it is an enjoyable process. It’s exciting to me to watch it develop and take shape.
It’s good to plan your day, but my goal isn’t always to get something done. I often wander outside without a plan and am inspired to write poetry.
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 […]
Chagrin & Joy are the prompt words for the #weeklyhaikuchallenge at Ronovan Writes. Those are definitely a challenge, but I had fun with them as I remembered some things from the past. Don’t be surprised if laughter joins you as you read. I had fun […]
Though I haven’t done it in awhile, I love to take walks in the woods. While making my way along, wondering what I’ll find, I begin to feel less stressed, relaxing as I enjoy the fresh air and beauty surrounding me. [bctt tweet=”There’s something about the […]
Earlier this month my husband and I had a short but lovely vacation in Florida with some of his siblings. The sun, the waves, the sand, the breezes that were both mild and strong, the blue sky and white clouds – all worked together to […]
We need heat, but sometimes it becomes extreme. God created our bodies to have a way of cooling down by using sweat. In my three haiku, heat and sweat seem to be opponents, but in reality both are important. Heat and Sweat Summer […]
For #RonovanWritesWeeklyHaikuChallenge this week the words are Eye & Fade. You could take those words in any number of directions. I thought about darkness and daylight. My three haiku came to me in a different order than you see here. As I read and reordered them […]