~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 244: Glowing Moments ~

Welcome to Siobhan Sullivan of Bend Branches, this week’s LAPC guest host, who throws the doors wide open with the theme Glowing Moments. While selecting photos, I realized that there were some images for which I had previously written haiku. Since I am currently writing haiku (5-7-5), prompted by The Academy of American Poets challenge to create a Poem A Day during the month of April, I decided to combine the two challenges in this post.

wild woodland flower
sacred soother of women
fragile tri-lily

curer of madness
hellebore the lenten rose
behold her power

glowing at sunrise
golden spikes of dune rye grass
as hunters moon sets

envoy from the gods
bringer of spiritual peace
restorer of hope

whirling through the sky
clouds draw a veil at sundown
brilliant with pastels

On your walk with life, please honor our earth, encourage dignity and share kindness. 🐾

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9 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 244: Glowing Moments ~

  1. SoyBend says:

    I loved your photos and haiku, Lindy! The Trillium reminded me of where I used to live. Such beautiful flowers! I liked the silhouette of the hummingbird and magical words to describe them. The last image was my favorite because I have a thing for clouds. 🙂

  2. Wind Kisses says:

    Such peace in your haiku and the images.

  3. Cee Neuner says:

    Gorgeous photos for this week. Marvelous post 😀

  4. JohnRH says:

    Great photos Lindy. Love that sunset.

  5. Wonderful. Lovely photo of the moonset/sunrise

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