It’s week 123 of Three Line Tales, and here is the photo prompt and my response. If you’d like to join in the fun, just click the link! This time, I’m opting to try out a Haiku style poem. 🙂
Step in the puddle
Enter another world where
Imagination runs wild
Dutch Goes The Photo’s photo challenge last week was “shine” – though I fear I’m a bit late in posting for the challenge. 😅 My yellow lilies seem to almost glow in the dark in these photos – as if the flowers were made of sunshine. 🙂
And here is a glimpse of the journey that they took to get there:
Plants but the buds are not visible yet.
The plants are bigger but the buds are still too small to see.
Here come the buds!
Fully grown buds – it was only a matter of days. 😀
Hello, yellow Asian Lily! 😍 One of my favorite flowers! God added such detail to the petals.<3 In addition to these, I have orange ones, which are also open now (keep your eyes peeled, that post will probably come later this week), and red ones that are a little further behind and will probably open at the beginning of June. I bought pink ones this year and they already opened and died back. (If you missed them, you can see them here.) I hope to add a new color every year! I really want purple, but I’ve never seen them locally… but I’ve never seen one I didn’t like so I’m sure I’ll find something. 😁
Also, on a different note, I want to thank you all for the support – I got this in my notifications bell a few days ago:
And a special thanks to Keri L, who told me that my posts weren’t showing up in the reader because I was using too many tags and categories. ❤ Looks like it’s working now and people are seeing my posts. 🙂
It’s week 70 of 100 Word Wednesday, and here is the photo and my (almost late 😅) response. 🙂 If you’d like to join in the fun, just click the link! 😉
Reach upon the shelf
Extract an intriguing title
And find a comfortable place and get a hot
Drink – prepare for an adventure.
Open to view the pages,
Open a portal to new worlds
Keep traveling from my comfy chair
See the universe from different perspectives.
Learn about interesting places,
Events from the past or present, or places that
Exist in the mind and dream, or
Live other’s lives
Instead of just your own –
Become a new person.
Realize you can also create
Other worlds, places, times, and perspectives –
Sit down, open a blank journal, and just write.
In addition to this being a free verse poem, it is also an acrostic. If you noticed this but were second-guessing on the last two parts, “Leer Libros” is “(To) Read Books” in Spanish, so that was an attempt to repeat the phrase in Spanish, haha. 😊
And they shall scourge Him, and put Him to death: and the third day He shall rise again. Luke 18:33
“He is not here: for He is risen, as He said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay. And go quickly, and tell His disciples that He is risen from the dead; and, behold, He goeth before you into Galilee; there shall ye see Him: lo, I have told you.” Matthew 28:6-7
Can you imagine what it must have been like when He rose? For three days, He was in the tomb, dead. It appeared that this Man Who was called “The Son” had set. What dark days those must have been. But then, He rose and His Light shone again! What a glorious morning!
This is in response to Rise / Set. The photos were taken on different days. The first is a sunset, the second is the moon (which also rises and sets so I decided to include it in the photo challenge – and it also seemed to go with the theme of the dark days) and the last is a sunrise.
Happy Easter // Resurrection Day, everyone. 🙂
It is week 112 of Three Line Tales, and here is the photo prompt and my response. 🙂 If you’d like to participate, just click the link! 😉
Jesus was led to die like a white Lamb to the slaughter
Never once did The Christ on this quest falter
God could then call all Who believe in Him His sons and daughters
It is week 63 of 100 Word Wednesday, and here is the photo prompt and my response. 🙂 If you want to join in the fun, just click the link! 😉
Flowers bulbs in a basket, for sale
Will be in bloom before you know
Yes, those flowers in the pail
Soon will give a spectacular floral show
“Welcome” is painted on the wooden sign,
Winter says its heartfelt goodbye as it goes
Welcome Springtime, welcome sunshine
As Winter takes with it the snows
Buy and bring them to their new place
Set the sign by the garden gate
Plant the bulbs along the fence with grace
And then comes the hard part – the wait
Soon the bulbs shoot up flowers
Greeting the warmth of the sun
And the April Showers
Waiting is over, the show has begun!
These are photos that I hinted at last week that I was posting this week – photos of a sunset, taken over a 30 minute period of time. It’s so interesting to see how the colors changed!
The sunset started with beautiful golden colors!
When I backed off the zoom, it didn’t look as golden; but you can see the purples and pinks overhead.
I also love how the clouds were kind of layered on the sky.
This is an attempt to reflect the sunset off the mudhole. It kinda worked…? 😆
It was still very golden near the horizon.
And so pink and purple overhead!
But then, the pinks and purples overhead started to creep into the golden layers. It was so captivating!
And it happened so quickly. The pink and purple horizon only lasted what seemed like ten minutes. I didn’t have a watch out there with me, so I’m just guessing.
The pinks and purples started turning gray…
And then the sky just looked gray until the sunset was over. And this has been a visual storytelling of a sunset. 🙂
Also, because Cee’s challenge includes night-time photography this week, here are a couple of bonus photos that I took on different nights. These are among the first photos I took with my new camera back in September of 2017.