Posts tagged ‘photography’

December 28, 2017

Lost in a Dream ?

by Colly

for a poetic write

December 28, 2017

Alas, a dream !

by Colly

personal photo

edited photo taken Dec 24




The hardest part was knowing you.

The easiest part was letting you go.

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December 23, 2017

Petals of Peace

by Colly

purple flowers header



For every serenading blossom

let there be hope in the leaves.

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December 23, 2017

Poetry – haiku

by Colly

wintry day dec

December 23, 2017

New Year’s Wake

by Colly

sahara eagles tree

December 21, 2017

Why Poetry ?

by Colly


I am the door that opens when others close.

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December 13, 2017

Paint that peels…

by Colly


You can’t paint a house with glee…

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December 12, 2017

December Gift Sachets

by Colly

sachets in dec

It’s about this time of year that I crave the scent of evergreen.

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December 4, 2017


by Colly


Poet’s write what they

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November 23, 2017

Marriage Partner – haiku & photo

by Colly

photos mallard couple

November 12, 2017

A Winter Festivity

by Colly


~ personal photo ~



Winter’s paradise in ones back yard as birds far and near take part in the festivities !

unique birds

June 25, 2017

We Are Connected

by Singledust


Credit : my own : en route to America via Korea

Passengers on a journey to a place they must go
They talk about things no one else will know
Weave a story and maybe add some spice
To make their simple lives seem quite nice

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June 24, 2017

How Many Trees

by Angela Umphers Rueger

How many trees does it take to clothe a mountain?
How many grains form the river’s watershed?
How many drops does it take to fill a fountain?
How many hairs wave and toss upon my head?

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June 20, 2017

Standing Tall (haiku)

by Angela Umphers Rueger

WF Yellow flower (2)Fragile yellow bloom
stretches toward the sunlight
nothing else matters

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February 14, 2017

Tiny Chickadee’s

by Colly


As sweet as

love and gentle

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February 1, 2017

Poets’ – Poetess, sing!

by Colly


God bless the poet and the poetess.

Even though their hearts do strain.

Even as they embrace a-others pain.

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January 20, 2017

Ah, Photography !

by Colly

Can a photo be so ugly

as to capture the blood

and tears of man…?

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January 19, 2017

Photography’s Voice

by Colly


Photographer’s scout for open spaces.

U-hampered places, to capture the breadth,

the essence of where they’ve been…

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January 15, 2017

Summer’s Sunflower – a haiku

by Colly




Summer’s sunflower’s provide feed for Chickadee’s;

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January 3, 2017

The Photographer

by Jem Croucher


My eye in the lens
I capture to see
all of the beauty
here around me

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December 20, 2016


by The Cheesesellers Wife


Moments set in the aspic of a photo
Smiles captured in chemical emulsions
Or the many pixels of light sensitive electronics
Laughter lost in time and space

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December 5, 2016

Nighttide – Diamante Poem

by Morgan




Enduring Synchronicity

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December 4, 2016


by Morgan



Diligence in Temporal Light,

Sound and Silence, Intrinsic Delight;

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December 3, 2016

Tower of Night

by Morgan



Tower of Night,

Dark river of Dreams,

Thundering Melody of Timeless Symphony.

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October 24, 2016

Real or Artificial

by Miriam Hurdle


Real flowers –






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October 20, 2016

Acrostic Poem – Wonder

by Miriam Hurdle

Poetry challenge:  Acrostic Poem


Whispering into my ear,

Of passionate words to hear.

Needing me in your life,

Day after day, night after night.

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October 19, 2016

Acrostic Poem – Reason

by Miriam Hurdle

Poetry challenge: Acrositc poem.


Repeated deepening of open wounds,

Echoing the sorrow within.

Anguish, heart sinking.

Seeking Power

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October 17, 2016

Rain Clouds

by Miriam Hurdle

Yearlong drought, harsh dry air.

Grass turned golden brown, flowers shrunk.

Water rationing!

Throat burning, nostrils bleeding.

Humidifier needed.

Let the grass be golden brown,

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