The best things in life happen unexpectedly, and come from where and when you least expect it. The storm that’s raging now could clear at any minute and reveal a million-star sky.
A project in support of Perak Women for Women Society, in celebration of their “One Million Star to End Violence – Malaysia” is coming out soon. Together we can make a difference, together we can help end abuse and violence and together we can change someone’s life.
Presenting the week’s challenge – You may use the words and/or the images for the weekly prompt.
Weekly prompt– sapphire (noun) –
1a – a gem variety of corundum in transparent or translucent crystals of a color other than red, especiallyone of a transparent rich blue
1b –a gem of such corundum
2 – a deep purplish-blue color
prompt image – September 9, 2019
Sapphire sky turning inky blue
Dusk deepening into the night slowly
I can see twinkling stars in the sky
And the the lights in the cottages
Turned on one by one a sign that
It’s the time when we say goodbye
To the day and settle to a cosy evening
The magic of gloaming casts a spell
All it’s own laying the anxiety to rest
Spreading an aura of calm that soothes
Here’s to hoping a restful night to y’all
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considers silence of loss
broken by dry leaves
September 11th brings to me a need to write something about the loss of that day in 2001,
but each year I find myself at a loss for words. All I have for today is this haiku.
Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #101 Photoshopping Haiku “Cricket Silence”
asks us to revise the following haiku:
between scraping sounds
© Jane Reichhold
Image source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Earthworm and Cricket, by Kitagawa Utamaro