Spring breeze tickles soft petals,
This year is my fourth AtoZ Challenge. My theme this year is poetry once again. I’ll be writing a haiku a day, but I’m also adding a new hobby to the posts, photography. I will post one of my photos, or a donated photo, every day to accompany my haiku.
This April, I’ll also be sharing my poems and joining another group of poets at National Poetry Writing Month, organised since 2003 by Maureen Thorsonn. Write 30 poems in 30 days. I’m in! What about you?
This Cross won First Prize
Close up of the fountain where the cross is placed
Another prize-winning cross
I love the idea of a mirror on the cross, looking back at the viewer, who then looks at him/herself.
This idea of searching for inspiration inspired this Haiku:
See my reflection,
Search deep in my heart, show me
Who I need to be.
Another close up of this cross
The Cross in the main square in the city centre.
Side view of the central cross.
The Crosses Festival is over. Next week I’ll show you some patios or courtyards of the world-famous May Patio Festival.
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Sometimes life deals us sour lemons, and others we’re lucky enough to get sweet oranges, so let’s enjoy those wonderful moments and allow ourselves to recharge our batteries and embrace happiness. Perhaps next weeks’ lemons will be sweet, too!
I hope you’re having a wonderful Sunday.
Thank you for being there 🙂
My camera picked up these beautiful early spring flowers yesterday, just for you…
Spring smiles, flowers in your eyes.
(These are my own photos)