The taste of the spring water on my lips
Slowly soothing me to the core
The iciness of the cascading cool air
A frigid blanket of cold sweeps over the rocks
Publish a post that appeals to one of the senses: hearing, sight, touch, smell, and taste.
(The Inaugural) Weekly Discover Challenge: Blogging the Senses
My mind a soft and humble place
Water droplets collecting
The eyes of a dreary Monday morning
Weekly Photo Challenge: State of Mind
The pool is closed up for the winter, the tarp tautly stretched, but will soon be back in action for another summer of refreshing swims. It looks so lonely and depressing when all of the chaise lounges and tables are gone. I have been going to this pool for several years now and there are many memories to be taken from there. It was the inspiration for my very first blog post in fact. I like how the sky makes the scene look rather timeless. In the first photo, you can see the sun setting behind the tall tree on the far left of the picture. One of the bars in the gate is bent, and makes it look like this place has been abandoned and neglected for sometime.
Post title inspired by the Terry Jacks song. A lot of my post titles are inspired by song titles.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Seasons
A child’s soul
Innocent gift by the river
A thousand emotions
Fighting to fulfill
Their true moment in time
Inspired by playing along with the magnetic poetry site, and seeing a brilliant project by Katherine MacKenett over at DeviantArt, the site of over a million different art and literature creations.
Pyros dance in the flames
Surfers soak in the waves
Hackers live in the code using
Their high wired brains
And now I have been granted
A most powerful experience
Having all of these traits
Wrapped up in one neat package
I’m a story page turning
With a little bit of fire breathing,
Water shooting damage
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Do you Believe in Magic?.”
You have been transformed into a mystical being who has the ability to do magic. Describe your new abilities in detail. How will you use your new skills?
A number of things I found below
Terra firma under toes
Plants and water nature knows
Looking way down the road
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”