Tag Archives: eyes

Points of view

Some eyes see only through a darkened haze Behind dark lenses, blinkered, self-conditioned Blind to the dancing joy where rainbows arc Afraid to see the colours life commissioned. Some eyes see far in pastel coloured glory Leaving life behind them … Continue reading

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Stealth #midnighthaiku

Unseen and cautious The stealthy watch from safety Hoping for a glimpse Blending into the shadows The eyes tell the true story * The picture shows the hitherto unknown ‘bald-tailed squirrel‘ my son found raiding his bird feeder a while … Continue reading

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Watched #midnighthaiku

* Sunny days or grey Solitude or loneliness There are always eyes * Outer or inner Caring or indifferent We are not alone *

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Running silent(ish)

The recent bout of lurgy Made a bee-line for my eyes, So, although I’m feeling better, It was really no surprise That every post I scheduled, Both the reblogged ones and mine, I found I’d set for publishing In twenty-sixty-nine. … Continue reading

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Lost Wings — #writephoto – Frank Hubeny

A fairy, Christine, lost her wings on top of a hill overlooking the glen while watching the orange sky accept the setting sun. She did not think she was so old. She picked up her wings sighing “Oh!” and stumbled … Continue reading

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Watchers #writephoto by Ritu Bhathal

The walls have ears, so they say Silent they stand, stark and grey But the things they’ve seen over the ages Could overfill a writers pages Happiness, sadness and all in between A bit of it all, they have seen … Continue reading

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Look #midnighthaiku

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Contradictions #midnighthaiku

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When a smile breaks your heart

I frequently write about my son… as I see him every day, it is natural that he is very much part of my everyday life, even without the story of his incredible journey to tell. But I have two sons, … Continue reading

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