Now that the weather has chilled the desert, I will have to imagine the heat swirls. I doodled this using ArtRage on my Kindle Fire for Day #29 of the #NaBloPoMo challenge to create each day throughout November.
Her hope sprouts each day Blooms and branches spread out far Damned roots stuck in clay I wrote this haiku before Thanksgiving, and today I created the image using ArtRage. This is my post for Day 26 for #NaBloPoMo November 2016.
Supper planned tonight Savory bites to measure Family, pie, and wine I created the image using ArtRage and wrote this haiku. This is my post for Day #24 in #NaBloPoMo November 2016. Let’s go, #NaBloPoMo.
One day in November, she picked up where she left off. Offline for too long, she steps on board for #NaBloPoMo again. A gain for the month of November, she plans to share short stories. Stories of love, life, and liberty. ________ Tuesday, November 1, 2016. I wrote my first
The sun sets seasoned from curled husks detached alight Gusts grieving morrow ©2015 Stephanie Abbott. All rights reserved. ____________ Sunday, October 4, 2015. I wrote this haiku and created the image “Tree Fall” while listening to cellist Gautier Capucon play Antonín Dvořák – Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104,
Revolving around She blushes, bereaved tonight Briefly beguiled ©2015 Stephanie Abbott. All rights reserved. ____________ Sunday, September 27, 2015 (Total Lunar Eclipse). I wrote this haiku and created the image using ArtRage 4 while envisioning tonight’s sky and listening to Bonnie Tyler sing the song “Total Eclipse of the Heart”
Seasons tempered tough Labored visions spent relaxed Seasons wiled away ©2015 Stephanie Abbott. All rights reserved. ____________ Monday, September 7, 2015 (Labor Day). My days are spent working. My dreams are spent by the water. I created this image and haiku this morning while day dreaming. I created the image using
Hard pan heat rises Parched landscapes, sharpened A desert solstice ©2015 Stephanie Abbott. All rights reserved. ____________ Saturday, June 21, 2015. Inspired by the Summer Solstice, I created this image and haiku this morning in the cool airs of my home before braving the desert heat to run errands around