Haiku #15

Photo by Evelina Zhu on Pexels.com Flat line of the sea,firm footing on the shore -- breathof wind on my face Copyright Francis 2021

Monday Memories: Start Bailin’ — Big Sky Buckeye (Reblog)

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Milt and I push his small rowboat into the lake’s calm waters on a sunny, early morning.  Fishin’ is absolutely on our minds. Milt’s boat has stood the test of time, and she definitely looks it.  There are patches here and there, scrapped and worn paint, and even some mismatched […]Monday … Continue reading Monday Memories: Start Bailin’ — Big Sky Buckeye (Reblog)

Tree — A Poem

Photo by Maria Orlova on Pexels.com Tree,they say you'd have a story to tell;the things you must have seenunrecorded by Man,his story not being the same.But why should you tell me?If Odin was nailed to you for days and nights,his self imposed agony for insight and divination,then why should I find those runes among this … Continue reading Tree — A Poem

Baikal Zen — Rhapsody Bohème (Reblog)

Via Colin Monteath Life and Mother Nature can be pretty amazing. Check out this beautiful occurrence and forget your troubles for a moment by filling your heart with awe and wonder. This rare phenomenon is called “Baikal Zen.” Rocks that have fallen on the ice of Lake Baikal are heated by sunlight and emit infrared […]Baikal … Continue reading Baikal Zen — Rhapsody Bohème (Reblog)

One May Smile

Photo by GEORGE DESIPRIS on Pexels.com The shark's reputation precedes him,demonized in the minds of millions, movie-goers jumping, or hiding behind their darkened seats.Predators must hunt,unsmiling and relentless,the prey must dieso they can live; for nature's complexityis for us to understand -- not judge.A greater power than Manput this realm together.And as a poet once … Continue reading One May Smile