For Maria Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek challenge my chosen prompt for this week is “weathered”
“Blue rain from a clear sky, our world a cube of sunlight — but to the south the violet admonition of thunder”
About the picture: a beautiful bit of poetry found on the underside of the pier on Wellington, NZ quay has weathered the test of time while it speaks to the heart and brings a bit of beauty and reverence to my walk along the sea. A bit of “senseless beauty” of which I am in sore need right now. The pilings were covered with starfish and mussels and all manner of sea life. 🙂
Imagine Happy explore your brighter passion you are welcome here
Final Found Poetry February. Wow I can’t believe it’s the last day of February already. This last piece is an example of “cut out” poetry. I have a real love of words, different fonts, colors and meanings. So whenever I come across a word in a magazine or an ad or whatever, I cut it out. Then I put them together to form tiny little poems. This one is on a coloring page I did for Escapists Coloring Challenge. Mindful coloring is a lovely, serene activity and frankly, I need to do more of it. Check out the challenge and grab some crayons and join us.
For 27th Found Poetry February, another piece that I “found.” I suppose technically this is “public” poetry rather than “found” poetry but hey, it’s my challenge to myself so. Here it is, perfect just the way I found it.Continue reading “What was paradise?”→
Amazing won’t be easy Easy won’t be amazing Tribes, black and white the world is broken so believe in yourself imagine love when you can for only in the darkness can you see the starsContinue reading “Amazing isn’t Easy”→
who has lived the most not with years but rich with experience like rich floral wind and smooth grass rejoice with the lively way of lovers
For today’s Found Poetry February I have excerpted text from a box of tea –
“the person who has lived the most is not the one with the most years but the one with the richest experiences”
“lovers of vanilla, rejoice. We’ve added the creamy flavor of rich vanilla to our original Sleepytime blend of floral chamomile cool spearmint and lively lemongrass. It’s a smooth and satisfying way to wind down your day with this beloved herbal tea”
I’ve always said that there is poetry to be found everywhere. You just have to look for it, in your inbox, on the refrigerator, or sometimes hanging from the underside of a dock. And sometimes, it’s perfect just the way it is. So for the 22nd Found Poetry February, this beauty.
Blue rain from a clear sky. Our world a cube of sunlight – but to the South the violet admonition of thunder.