Posted in Syllable Lune

Seeds of Hope

Dandelion puffs floating

Floating in the wind

Wish carriers

Carrying someone’s dream

Syllable Lune

Sitting outside, lately I have noticed many white puff balls floating by, some even landing on me or close enough to catch.

They always remind me of my childhood times of picking dandelion puffs and blowing wishes in the wind.

Why Do People Wish on Dandelions? | Wonderopolis

Posted in August 2014, Choka

Haven of Rest

Garden bench under the pine trees

Come sit awhile

On the comfy garden bench,

Neath’ the tall pine trees.

Let the sun melt away your cares.

Close your eyes and rest.

Nature’s tranquility

Will refresh your soul,

And you will leave renewed

To face another day of life.

Choka

Posted in Senryu

Bit Bewildered

Question Marks

Reading today’s news

Some days are so obscure

Obfuscating words

Senryu

Dictionary.com’s Word for the Day is “Obfuscate”. It seemed very fitting as I read some of today’s news reports.

Word of the Day – obfuscate | Dictionary.com

Posted in Senryu

Seed Sowers

Mixed media art, birds, trees, hearts
“Spread Seeds of Love” mixed media Artwork by @LeonasDesigns in collaboration with @Monarte19 for #USPSArtProject

Let’s spread seeds of love

Fill the universe with love

Wherever we wander

Senryu

Posted in Syllabic Verse

Where Am I?

Abstract art

Sometimes wonder

Where I do reside.

Living life daily

In different worlds,

Virtual and real.

Social Media,

News, Televison,

Websites,and books.

Asleep and awake,

I am a sojourner.

Syllabic Verse

Posted in Syllabic Verse

Everyday Life

Mixed Media art, flowers, by Leona J. Atkinson

While the world is falling apart

My neighbors and I are building

Relationships, gardens, and ideas

In our little corner of the world

We are making the most of each day

That we have to build friendships and

Create beauty while we can

No not burying our heads in the sand

But focusing on the positive

And ignoring negativity

We live sensibly in unity

Praying, trusting in theLord and doing good

Syllabic Verse