Forgive the absence of the challenge last week, haijin. I trust you all enjoyed your Harvest Moon gazing? Congratulations to all contributors: Haikai Challenge Participants 1. willowdot212. Eugenia3. Colleen Chesebro4. Christine Bolton, Poetry for Healing5. s.s.6. Goutam Dutta 7. Xenia Tran8. Myforever.blog9. Linda Lee Lyberg10. Janice11. Kerfe Roig12. […]
The traffic is bumper-to-bumper south of Anthony Wayne Recreation Area. A five-minute drive to the first exit for Bear Mountain takes an hour. When we learn the park is closed, due to reaching capacity, we realize we won’t make Oktoberfest. parked carson the highway medianfoot traffic Peekskill’s Downtown […]
Originally posted on writing in north norfolk:
among falling leavesstillness of a butterflyhibernation Kim M. Russell, 8th October 2020 Image found on dreamstime.com My response to Carpe Diem Celebrates Its 8th Anniversary, October 2020: Carpe Diem #1833 butterfly Today’s theme is butterfly.
Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
another wind blows these fieldsits breath as dark as the wormthat coils and uncoils restlesslywaiting for the floodtide risingbeyond the edge of tomorrow
Originally posted on Ada's Poetry Alcove (2):
star crossed lover waitsby the heavenly rivermagpies bridge the way wishes penned on tanzakudecorating floating trees ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ high in southern skysummer triangle markingthe change of seasons summer has ebb into fallAltair and Vega now wait