An 'Abhanga' The Artist's Garden at Giverny by Claude Monet waters so enticing ripple in air breezy; dirt path firm and easy, straight to the bank scent of purple iris; in perfume I lie down; there my mind in bliss drowns so easily gentle crystal waters, mere tickle feathery, fade into memory too far away… Continue reading Down, or: Feathery
A quarter inch, or: Not too far above
A Shadorma as the rose stretched up lovingly, she closely eyed the lithe stem for bud eyes, pruning it with trained precision Prompts Twiglets #311 eyeing it Moonwashed weekly prompt Lovingly Tanka Tuesday Create a syllabic poem using this photo of a rose by Terri Webster Schrandt. Write about whatever this rose inspires in you.… Continue reading A quarter inch, or: Not too far above
Past the garden threshold, or: The far wall
A sijo gravel glistening in puddles past the garden threshold; path between neat mown lawns, shrubs, trees through lushest green to the far wall; a second gate to the distant hills has not been built by man. ‘What do you see’ Prompt #158 For Sadje’s weekly #WDYS prompt, she offered the photo below as inspiration… Continue reading Past the garden threshold, or: The far wall
Crisp, or: Fresh
A limerick I sow d'Verse prompts in my garden But I feel that I must beg your pardon. For my rows are of keys That yield green abc's Though my gardenin's really quite ardent. A d'Verse prompt Poetics: Garden(ing) Today at d'Verse, we were prompted to engage in garden poetry writing. Write about your own,… Continue reading Crisp, or: Fresh
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