Restless travelers,

Summer winds whistle and whip,

Westward journey ends.


I may be going a little crazy with the ocean scenes and birds lately, but the gulls in this image were screaming the word “whip” to me. Can you here them?

Anyway, we’re in the middle of a heat wave here, so anything that resembles “a breeze,” or “a cooler location than where I’m standing right now” looks like paradise to me. The haiku is for the Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge: Trip & Whip, and I have to say that I truly appreciate the prompts that he (and others) put out there all of the time. They give me something to look forward to!

That’s about all for now. I hope to be back later with some new thoughts…

Until then,
Peace & Love!

Image by Me.

Haiku, writing

Blow Me Down

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As wings touch the sky,

Fragments of eternity,

Scatter ‘cross the sea.


I have to admit that I’ve already visited my thesaurus twice today. Don’t ask me why I feel the need to confess this… it just feels right. Plus it explains why my haiku—written for Ronovan Write Haiku Challenge: Meet & Part —contains neither of of those words. Ha! The meaning is there!

I actually started working on the image yesterday, for Ragtag’s Sunday word prompt, which was BEACH. I realize it’s a day late, but it’s the thought that counts. It was another photograph from the archives, as I’ve yet to see the beach since COVID hit. Soon though!

That’s about all for now. I’ve got a short story to finish, some old posts to rummage through for my next rewrite, and a paper to write for school!

Until next time…
Peace & Love!

digital art, Haiku

Fragments

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Aristocratic urbanite, 

Invisible ruler of the air,

City dwellers and sophisticates,

Ne’er concede that you are there.

Peristeronic transient, 

Lurking in the shadows, 

‘Neath the underpass.

An epicurean scavenger,

Devouring feasts,

Foraged from the mass.

Metaphoric peregrine,

Prophetic symbol, 

Sent from above.

Your ancient meaning, 

Oft misconstrued,

Luminous messenger,

Of luck . . .

And Love.

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Pigeon Play

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