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Happy Mindful Writing Day!

Here is my own  ‘smallstone’ of the day!

 

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here is the now — 

this smalls stone I hold

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This is the first ever Mindful Writing Day; it is organised by Kaspa & Fiona at their blog Writing Our Way Home.
Visit them to read what the other ‘stoners’ are writing, and better still, email them your own stone!


	

‘summer epic’ #13 September 2012

summer epic —

a baobab tree

on the Southbank

southbank fabric tree

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NaHaiWriMo prompt: Mythology

62/100 Days of Summer

2nd annual 30 Days of Haiga, 19 Planets blog (Read Rick Daddario’s prose piece about his 14/30 Days of Haiga!)

Inspired by the fabric tree, part of the summer 2012 Festival of the World, Southbank Centre. Info about the fabric tree here

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‘heart and eyes’ #6 September 2012

heart and eyes –

how the soul seeks

compassion

Augsburg Dom

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NaHaiWriMo prompt:  from fav song

57/100 Days of Summer

2nd Annual 30 Days of Haiga

From one of my very favorite arias: “Have mercy, my God,” St Matthew Passion, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPAiH9XhTHc

 

5 September 2012

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time check –

a few more berries

on the bush

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NaHaiWriMo prompt: joy(s)

56/100 Days of Summer

‘Roman steam bath’ #3 September 2012

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Roman steam bath the wall still beathing

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Kempten

 

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I took this picture Sunday, 2nd of September, during a visit to the Archaeological Park Cambodunum, in Kempten. The wall is from the Roman baths there.

NaHaiWriMo prompt: one-line haiku

54/100 Days of Summer

2nd Annual 30 Days of Haiga Challenge

‘cricket song’ #26 August 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NaHaiWriMo prompt: time (Jessica Tremblay)

47/100 Days of Summer

Free Haiga

Image manipulation: photograph of the Schmutter marsh, near Neusaess, Germany. The path just visible borders Via Julia, the old Roman Road now used as a long-distance cycle path.

My work in Origami Lotus Poetry

I am thrilled for my work to be featured on Kathy Uyen Nguyen’s blog/Live Journal Origami Lotus Poetry. My entry is today, the 5th of August 2012. Many thanks to Kathy for her generous and insightful comments.

Each day all through this month,  Kathy features one individual poet, artist, or writer from all over the world. Please visit her blog, read, and leave a comment.