Backyard Bliss

Backyard bliss,natural nature,no planted gardens,sandspurs a danger,still I get loston endless adventuresin the same placeJanuary through December.Lockdown or not,outdoors always exist,and I have never needed to go farto find an oasis;it's in the details,the enchanted escape,mixed with imagination,that can transform any space.Privacy fencesguard potential judgementas I photograph theendless wonderments.I still myself always,and time follows suit;I … Continue reading Backyard Bliss

October Blooms

How can I possibly focuswhen you've goneand set abloomall the colors in mein such sweetly-scented hues? How can I commandself-discipline whenyour inspiration stirsmy creative passions? How can I do those thingsI need to tend towhen my soul heard your non-whispercalling me my own muse? How can I keep orderwith this flutter of fancy withinthat came … Continue reading October Blooms

Sunflowers in the Sand

Sunflowers in the sand baffle my preconceived notions, such a traditional earthy flower sprouting alongside the ocean.   It draws me in, such an unexpected sight, yellow-bursting heads, mini-suns against the muted, so bold and bright.   So many thoughts beyond the beauty begin to orbit in my mind.   I am reminded of childhood, … Continue reading Sunflowers in the Sand

Silent Awakening

In the silence, blooms slowly awaken from deep sleep, each petal fading in to life, colored gradually by individual rays of soft, natural light. I wait in line. The peace already activating me inside, a hymnal hum with lost lyrics returning to mind. Here comes my light... I am ready. Old me, goodbye. Evolution of … Continue reading Silent Awakening