I came home from Poland to a few days of lovely weather, which even saw me having breakfast in the garden one morning. The clouds are back now but I just made it to the cliff tops at Seaham in time to catch a few wild orchids to add to Jude’s collection of Wildflowers.
Six word Saturday
Do you write poetry, or prose?
Orchids, wild and free
Waving through the longest grass
Come and play with me
Blushing tenderly in pink
Or virginal, white
Unfurling, day after day
Swirling in beauty
It’s funny how this blogging world changes you, and opens your eyes to new things. I never used to carry a camera, except on holiday (with pretty dire results). But, needing to liven up my dull pages, I started taking photographs. Now I find it hard to walk past a blade of grass without wondering if it will make a good composition! I exaggerate- but it’s not far from the truth.
It’s good to know that I have an imagination, and that with just a little persuasion from friends, I can learn to use it. So now I’m tiptoeing into the world of Haiku, to see what I can find.
Sultry, smiling poppy
Teasing with her flirty skirt
Stamping a tango!
The storm clouds have descended this morning. What better time to practise a new skill? There’s so much inspiration out there.
I’m linking this morning to Lucile de Godoy at Bridging Lacunas. If you don’t know her, you’re in for a treat. And, of course, you’ll find me on Six Word Saturday. It’s my Saturday morning home.
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