golden leaves falling forest changed into a myth glove found on the ground Continue reading Autumn #haiku
Hello, dear people of the blogoverse. How is your day? I hope life is treating you well and if not a candle is lit for sending you good vibes! The heat has left Norfolk and it feels rather autumnal even though it is still warm. But as the soil is utterly dry since months the trees lose leaves since the beginning of August and it … Continue reading Bee’s Poem of the Day: Unstoppable Today?
description for visually impaired readers: A little video from Trimmingham beach. You see the beach and the waves crashing on the wooden sea defences on which a cormorant sits and waves its wings. waiting cormorant at the beach the waves roll in Continue reading #85 of #365 A Prompt A Day For Bee ~ Cormorant
When I read today’s prompt I directly knew what I wanted to write about: I walk our rescue greyhound Shirky daily either at the beach or around the field in front of our house. North Norfolk, where we live, is known for its nature reserves that are used by many migratory birds either as a winter home or just for a stay on their way … Continue reading #FRAPALYMO POEM FOR NOVEMBER 6TH, 2018 ~ BI-LINGUAL
Sonne steht tiefer ~ Am Morgen wenn wir gehen ~ Der Herbst rueckt naeher Continue reading Gedicht des Tages: Der Herbst Rueckt Naeher
One challenge changed Into a gold stepping stone. Oh stars, where to now? Continue reading Poem of the Day: Oh Sun, where to now?
Das Richtige tun ~ Nicht immer leicht und einfach ~ Eine Feder schwebt Continue reading Gedicht des Tages: Eine Feder schwebt
I release pressure Self-made and self-contained Sun, oh, Sun rises Continue reading Poem of the Day: Sun, oh, Sun rises
Breezy, calm and soft ~ My fuzzy thoughts run wild ~ Beach tranquillity Continue reading Poem of the Day: Beach Tranquillity
My shadows freed Monsters transformed into kittens Mists rise over fields Continue reading Poem of the Day: Mists rise over Fields