Min favoritbild från den dagen – 20200926.
Drops of poetry – in my stream of fantasy – climbing silk road.
in the dark
you can always find the light
never in a light
Inspired by Northern Nights by Lize Bard.
coming from far
in a sad distant message
a splash in life
Daily Prompt: Distant.
Carpe Diem Haiku Kai #4 reprise ”perpetuum mobile”.
one exploding raindrop
filled my cheek with dreams
about ancient times
Inspired by Remembered by Lize Bard.
you find life in the water
drops of life
Inspired by Namibien Kalahari by Lize Bard.
a few drops of rain ~ the Kalahari blooming ~ and colour erupts
center of everything – needs
a greater wide
This one I really like. It is exactly how everything works. Everywhere. For the flower. For my body. For the nature. For our earth. Universe.
NO religion is needed! Only a good portion of reason and an interest for science.
Daily Prompt: Center.
like a veil
hiding the shy flower – water
Just came home after an evening with Scottish contemporary dancers. Some days ago I enjoyed dancers from Netherlands. So I am in a good mood. Swaying on my cloud-look-alike surfing board on every named waterfall this minute on Internet. So beware – I will visit yours!
like surfing pirates – with swords
The first Scottish performance today was extraordinary! Also funny. The audience – and of course I – was so amused. First part they performed as if they were the instruments in an orchestra playing classic music. Adorable! And the funny part about birds seducing each other in a human-look-alike flamboyant way. I took that scen with me home smiling all the way.
seduced by her breast(s) – head
fell like water
I didn’t meet ”my” favorite choreographer this night. Imagine he is too busy with the premier to soon take place which he told me about last time. He looked really tired then. I’m looking forward that performance in a few days. But – there always is a but – before that I have other events to attend. My schedule is fully booked.
I don’t know why I choose this opposite-kind-of-water-fall …. rising water …
I only use my own photos here and … so sorry …. I don’t find any falling water only rising. Here is a really strong one:
Carpe Diem #1160 Kema, birth-place of Yosa Buson.