On this blog I want to share my Artful side.
oh yes rivers can do that....thank you for your angel comment~
To be sure! And may it be a nourishing thing.I enjoyed your post. Thanks for joining us.
So happy to see you haiku-ing again. Love it and love the photo, they go perfect together.
Natural and beautiful take on the prompt. Lovely haiku
I love haiku's - I think we should all attempt them more often. The picture is pretty, looks like spring is on it's way!
Beautiful photo and imagery with the poem :)
I know it is "freakin'" winter but I still want to take my canoe down this river. Your photo is stirring up something in me. It's a really lovely photo. And the verse is perfect.
Great shot and poetry together.
Nice, Lisa. When I was a boy I loved to watch our creek when it was over full and see what all went floating by. Oftentimes I would add something of my own...BTW, we are visiting our grandchildren (and children). The little one with the toys is 19 months old. The other is a teen now...
Our 19 month old toddler grandchild is on my other blog, at Jim's Little Blog.
what a gorgeous photo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love the poem. I could see the river flotsam passing by me.
I never knew you did haiku!very beautiful.I know the waters will become deadly forces in the spring thaw. Be careful.♥
We hope not. Ours is reaching flood stage, too. Ah, such is spring. We've had a good, wet winter, haven't we? Should be a beautiful Spring!
surrounded by rivers and lakes in the inland northwest i look forward to seeing the rivers rise and fall... with all sorts along for the ride.... it is magical...
Gorgeous shot and poem. Spring floods - something to look forward to
Love your poem hinting spring.
This is beautiful! A tribute to the spring.http://www.takeahappybreak.com/
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