Tag Archives: perspective

Contrast #midnighthaiku

Cold winds sweep the heights Held in winter’s stubborn grasp Valleys decked with gold * Changing perspective Possibilities revealed In every moment

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Out of Sorts ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“I thought I’d see better,” she frowned. “Your thoughts were wrong.” The matter of fact tone caused her frown to deepen. It really was no way to speak to her, especially given the circumstances. “Is there nothing you can do?” … Continue reading

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Set #midnighthaiku

* Reality shifts Perspective and perception Through another’s eye * Open minds may change New horizons discovered Seeing beyond stone *  

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Shift #midnigthaiku

Lift your eyes from earth Seek a unique perspective Learn to know your Self

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Setting ~ Deepa #writephoto

to me It is the setting of a perfect kiss to him it means his kids won’t starve the next season Continue reading at Sync with Deep

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Fair weather…

I journeyed from darkness to light, driving through the dawn as the blackness greyed. The silhouettes of trees slowly detached themselves from the night as the sun attempted to pierce a pall of cloud that flushed to palest rose before … Continue reading

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Stark ~ Penny Wilson #writephoto

Yesterday fogs your vision. Clouds from the past threaten to permeate today. Continue reading at Penny Wilson Writes

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Caress #midnighthaiku

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Choice #midnighthaiku

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The Giant and the Sun – Going off at a tangent

Every workshop needs a place to start, and with companions arriving from as far apart as Cumbria, London and America, you need to meet somewhere that is easily found. We knew full well that if we converged on the village … Continue reading

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