On this blog I want to share my Artful side.
Oh no! I looked at the first photo in large version and I was thrilled: I thought that was such a happy deer. But the 2nd photo and your poetry. I hope they are safe. I feel their anxiety in your poems.
Those poor deer -they must be confused and upset. All the water and few places even for the turtles to rest. I like this blog, Lisa ... I like your gardening blog too, but I enjoy coming here and seeing your creativity with words, images and in paint.
Frightening and poignant. Great job.
Lovely poems... I hope the story has a happy ending.
I hope they all made it. Good poems and photography.
Everything and Everyone in this area is anxious Andree.I am so glad you stopped by Kate.Thank you VixenHopefully the water will recede soon Raven. Thank you Gardenpath. I hope they make it too.
Good use of the pictures you tookyesterday. Put with your poem, evokes feelings of indeed being in trouble.
You captured that!collected clutters
the anxiety that must be felt by wildlife in situations such as these is quite palpable.
Oh boy, this really says it all. I hope you all find dry land soon.
Great take on the prompt - poor animals -
Very good haiku--both. Hope the deer are okay.
You have described their plight perfectly with these poignant haiku!!
Great shots and takes on stranded.These remind me that any living creature can become stranded. I hope if Mother Nature does not comply, that someone steps in to save them.
hopefully waters receded permitting thedeer to return 'home'I’m late to visit because ‘life’ got in the way, but I did publish two ‘week 6’ posts for One Single Impression: Stranded ... one on each of my blogs on Wednesday of last week and I hope you’ll find time to visit. They’re here: Heliocopter Rescue and Polar BearsHugs and blessings,
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