Tag Archives: One Single Impression
November is gone. In its place the frenzy of the holidays arrived. Here are a couple of haiku from this week. holiday seasonrosemary wreath hangs outsidewelcomes our guests For more poems of a sapid, savory sort visit One Single Impression. geese glide togetheran … Continue reading
I wrote two haiku over the weekend. The first from the prompt at Haiku Heights: obsession. Meet Buster, he loves the game of fetch. squeak-squeakety-squeak white small soccer ball chaser his obsession And from One Single Impression: hourglass if a … Continue reading
Geese announce their departure honk chorus an autumn mystery Today’s haiku takes in two different prompts. “Birdie” comes from One Single Impression, my Sunday go to place for prompts. Today, however, I discovered a new place thanks to viewing what … Continue reading
The prompt at One Single Impression is “limber up.” I feel that I need to do exactly that having been gone from OSI for many weeks. open journal in place a pen in hand to scribe words limber up the … Continue reading
I don’t seem to have photos handy of my mom and me together. If I did, I’d post them. One of them is around somewhere. I was 14 and my mother, 39. I remember finding it after her passing in 1999. … Continue reading
silence of morning the sun rises above the fog accidental mist Visit One Single Impression for more. ANNOUNCEMENT For National Poetry Month, my students are sending out poetry postcards. Would you like one? Email me at macrush53 @ yahoo dot … Continue reading
winter day daffodils emerge abundance In the midst of winter, signs of the upcoming season are there if you look closely. I spotted these whilst putting away the Christmas lights. Visit One Single Impression for more expressions of abundance.
Silver Falls conference Center lone leaf hangs on after first autumn storm while I write For other takes on “lonely”, visit One Single Impression.
Thanks to Janepoet the prompt is “overt” at One Single Impression this week. Last year, we lost our sweet kitty, Mocha. We decided to hold off on more cats as our neighbor has several. Two in particular love to visit their … Continue reading