It is early morning and the splash of color in the sky – a gift of sunrise. This second august day is cooler, more breathable than in previous days. It seems that autumn has stuck it’s big toe in.
I know it’s still a bit early for this but images of autumn leaves surfing crisp cool air fill my head. As I pass an especially woodsy area of this park, there is a steady breeze.
This is enough for a pause with outstretched arms, head tilted back and eyes closed, regardless of who is watching.
cool, breezy morning
hosts lively russle of leaves –
hints of autumn
For dVerse Poets Pub. Stop by here.
Artist: David Byrne
I took this a couple weeks ago downtown Brooklyn on Hanson Place across from BAM.
Linking to Marsha over at Always Write Blog for her new weekly challenge PPAC (photographing public art challenge). She is doing this in conjunction with Cees Photography Blog
dons hint of madness –
For Eugis weekly prompt “Paradise”. To participate or just read go here
I think this is a tulip.
For Cees Flower of the Day Challenge
I see her in your eyes
quiet affirmations –
The elements of the Abhanga are:
- stanzaic, written in any number of 4 line stanzas.
- syllabic, 6-6-6-4 syllables each
- rhymed L2 and L3 rhyme. Often internal rhyme is employed. End rhyme scheme x a a x , x being unrhymed.
For Eugi’s Weekly Prompt where the prompt for this week is “Reflection”. To see other entries or to participate, go here
In the black of night
I step out onto the porch, no light…
Stars are bright, moon’s out
adding to the magic of the night
Wonder how many others are
are finding this night just right
Counting stars enhances the magic of the night
Tonight over at dVerse Poets Pub Linda is hosting Monday Quadrille (a 44 word poem invented at dVerse) and the prompt word is “Magic”. So stop by to read or to participate go here.
©2019 Willow Willers
in these hands,
For Colleen’s Poetry Challenge where the prompt this week is the photo