Fortress of false pride
Crumbles like sand in the fight
Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Pride & Fight
Give it all a rest
Cast your cares out to the sea
Find your inner peaceread more
Hearts restored by your embrace
Like a mother’s loveread full post
Just another day
Gazing through a silky screen
Everything looks newread full post
Tender lyrics rip through souls
Hearts mend in rhythm
The featured image comes to you from the patio in our backyard—a delicate hanging fuschia. I thought it was the perfect fit for my haiku.
Peace & Love!
Strokes of golden light,
Brushed against a blushing sky,
Footprints left behind,
In the ocean of my mind,
I’ve shared this image before, in Pier Madness, but it was severely manipulated and I don’t like that version anymore. The girl taking the iPhone pic is an old schoolmate, and our friendship was the inspiration behind the Haiku.
It’s still raining, and they say it should continue for a couple more days. I’m actually loving it (my comfort weather), but we’re keeping an eye on the news. Some of our friends live in areas that were damaged by fires recently, so you just never know what’s coming.
Shadows and light intertwine,
Past and present merge.
I found several old road trip photographs while (still) sifting through my archives. I believe this one was taken in Utah. My boyfriend (at the time) wasn’t one to make pit stops, so my head was hanging out of the window most of the time—taking pictures—when we traveled together.
I thought this was a good candidate for the Which Way photo challenge today. The fact that you can’t see where we’re going; only where we are and where we’ve been was the inspiration for the Haiku. Maybe road trips really ARE a bit like life. And relationships.
The rain did, indeed, arrive today and we had some exciting lightning and thunder earlier this afternoon. That being said, I’ve put off my errands for now, and hope to get to some of the word challenges soon.
Which Way Photo Challenge: January 31
Crackling needles underfoot,
Dreams of wanderlust.
RDP Wednesday: Wanderlust
Man seeks solace in her depth,
Where magic exists.
Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge: Magic, Man
Branches waltzing in the wind,
Welcoming the night.
Word of the Day Challenge: Waltzing