Long ago, in the hood,
Way back in the day,
The streets were all empty,
And the city was gray.
Anger was brewing,
The rains, they poured down.
No one would listen,
To a positive sound.
Without a warning,
Light shone in the dark.
Beauty was forming…
In the sky. In an arc.
Hearts began melting,
As they all looked above.
They found what they needed,
In the rainbow of love.
Happy Sunday! Be the light, spread the love…
Written for the 3 Things Challenge: Arc, Hood, Back
Moonlit kisses for dessert,
Icing on the cake.
This is a bit foreign to me since dating is NOT in my vocabulary at the moment, but what the heck. Now that I think about it, I don’t know if anyone is really thinking about dating right now.
I do think, however, that this Haiku is a nice distraction.
A reminder of simpler times and special moments.
Written for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Steak and Cake
Moving on with The Alphabet Game, it’s ironic that I caught up with the letter “V” just in time (well, almost) for the Big One…
I’ll start with a confession. I haven’t liked Valentine’s Day for many moons (no pun intended ha-ha). It’s funny. I’m an over-the-top optimist, and SO happy-go-lucky that I’m sure it wears on people—but… when I hear that old “V” word—I’m overpowered by the urge to pucker up (my nose) and cringe.
Here’s the thing though. Valentine’s Day may be about love, but love isn’t JUST about romance. I’ve managed to list a few of the things that I love (from A to U), and so far I’ve barely scratched the surface! I guess what I’m trying to say is that I really DO love LOVE.
Maybe the bigger point to be made is that no matter how I feel about Valentine’s Day, or how it compares to how you feel about it, something we can celebrate here is the fact that we can VOICE our thoughts freely (whether they are good, bad, or indifferent), and we can do it with love.
That being said… I thought I’d show some love to Valentine’s Day by making it the centerpiece of my image. The backdrop is from my front yard… it’s the Snow Moon that I was lucky enough to capture last night. I have to include a disclaimer though—the real deal was much more majestic!
That’s about all for today. Thank you for reading!
I hope you enjoyed “V,” and I’ll see you soon for the letter “W.”
Spoiler Alert: It’s a biggie!
To speak kindly does not hurt the tongue.Proverb
Wildflower at heart,
Uncultivated and pure,
Longing for someone near.
Soul dancing in the wind—
To songs of love,
Once whispered in her ear.
I’m taking a short break from the Alphabet… I guess I’m feeling a little burnout. It was refreshing to do something different. I am not a creature of habit, that’s for sure.
Anyway, I had fun working on some art… another fuchsia transformation. It’s a little more dramatic now—and a lot less pink—and it was the inspiration for my poetry. I hope you enjoyed it! 🙂
Until next time,
Peace & love!