Eating violet Spiked globes of thistle, a Defensive dinner
I wrote this haiku tonight to go with this photo of purple artichokes that I brought home in February. I don’t know why Ive waited so long been to write about this pretty picture. A delayed but delightful pairing?
This post is the ninth in what I hope to be a series of 30 posts in honor of NaBloPoMo.
Childlike fear returns Watching The Unkown Terror My Creature Feature
I created this image using Art Rage and published it with Dangerous Modifiers a few years ago. Tonight, I wrote this haiku in response to this prompt: “What is my worst fear?” while watching The West Wing. This post is the sixth in what I hope to be a series of 30 posts in honor of NaBloPoMo.
Looking for flowers Stepping up to, around Conflict to find peace
I snapped this photo of flowers along my path today. Tonight, I wrote this haiku in response to this prompt: “What kinds of situations do I avoid?” It is the fifth in what I hope to be a series of 30 posts in honor of NaBloPoMo.
Special thanks to Eliza David Lady Writer, for sharing her writing prompts for NaBloPoMo. The prompt for Day 4: “What if everything is as it should be? How would that make me feel?” See her list of 30 prompts at http://elizadavid.com/nablopomo2020/.
Today, have reblogged this haiku (again), because I am exhausted. Mondays can be stressful, yes? I appreciate your understanding.
Also, I found it to be conventient for today’s #NaBloPoMo18 prompt: “Imagine you and I have met for a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine). What would you tell me if we were having a cup of coffee?” courtesy of the Reticulated Redhead.
Today, I am reblogging content I created years ago, because I am sick and tired. Seriously, I am not feeling well, and it is getting late. I have to get up early tomorrow for work. And, I doubt my readers will notice the redundancy. I appreciate your understanding.