creative thinking ~ greener living
Very nice contrast. I can see the light/dark.
i see a storm approaching...nice
Hi Juliet,I apologize for the spamlike comment, but I’m soliciting submissions for the Ringing of the Bards poetry blog carnival, August 11th.If you are interested, you can find more details at my blog.All poems are welcome, but I'm highlighting religious and spiritual poetry this month.Whether you submit or not, please come by and visit the carnival!
nicely done! I like the low light of the sun.Crafty, do you happen to know an old friend of mine, Ewan Aitken (he lived for a year in Buffalo NY back around 1990). Last year in a Christmas card he mentioned his involvment in politics in Edinburgh, I've tried to find an email for him but can't seem to find one, but from my search, it looks like he's had a tough year politically. You can reply either in my blog or to sagecoveredhills [at] gmail.com
I love what you have done in here stone glows brightin the hour before sunset -black sky behind.Nasra
Juliet hello my name is Deborah. I have a blog Climate of Our Future, I wanted to congratulate you on your Bloggers for Positive Global Change award. I came by to take a look at your poetry. I would love to feature one of your environmental poems on my blog. If interested you can contact me at at the website www.climateofourfuture.orgThank-you, Deborah
just found your blog - love the haiku - cant seem to write one myself!
Hmmm. I don't think I've ever written haiku I don't even know the rules. After reading this I think I shall have to go exploring to learn more. Where does one learn more?
The sun as it is setting is so beautiful- it casts such a glow on things... beautifully done!
Very visual words - contrast is vivid.
Beautiful haiku. Well done!
Very nice!! I love the glow on stones -- it's magical.:)
I think you "got" the prompt much better than I did this week! This is just lovely, as always.
Juliet,I love early morning and the last rays of evening. They create the most dramatic scenes.rel
I love this image. It's stark. Nice job!
A most gorgeous time of day. I see the contrast. Well done.
Hmm. Okay, I see what you mean that my poem isn't a true haiku. I've got a lot to learn... but I'm willing to. Thanks for the quick lesson!
wonderful! I can almost feel that I am there.
I really like the contrast and mood created.
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