when the day seems as dire as that, one can hope only for a new day.
Quite a melancholic list dear!
i love number 2 photo, with all those oak thingy that make me sneeze and my eyes itch.. over and OUT... heh heh heh
Nonsense. Down, maybe, but never out. ;-)
Hoping the anxiety burns OUT by the time we stop to make this list ...
Quite vivid and intense.. loved it :)xoxo
Nicely done. I like the staccato feel of this.
That really conjoured up some negative feelings when I read that - well done.Lynne x
I agree with Tex, time to move onto a new day..Wishing you a happy Memorial Day Weekend!
I know the feeling! Great job with this.
Hope once it's out there is things to enjoy..
Liked the way you'd set this OUTHave a good weekendAll the best Jan
Well done, Gail.*hugs* :-)Have a blessed weekend. ♥
out, out, out of thatmuch love...
OUT of words to say thank you... ;-)Big hugs to you!
But, also out in nature.....where one gets replenished when one is OUT of all those things on your list!
I definitely know the meaning of "out"...only too well. Food for thought. So..hi there! How the heck are you? :)
you've been peering in my cupboards? ~
Great set of words - I keep trying my hand at poems, but always end up back at prose.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
When the creek bed is dry and broken, one can only hope for rain, as in last photo. Words put to great use with even greater photos. Like this. H to M n all :)
Nice one for the prompt- you are really getting good with these poems! Hey, I don't want to scare you or anything, but I think it's going to rain from now to Christmas. I think I'm going to have to go prepper pretty soon and start stocking up on groceries.
The definitive list on that topic!
Yeah, I can relate for sure.
Great piece . . .I will come over and load up the cupboards!IN . . .
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