“Love’s Reply,” modified-Cadralor & senryū

This week for #TankaTuesday, Terri Webster Schrandt, shared a photo for our inspiration. I'm early... This week I have a lot of projects that are calling my name. I'll be around, don't worry. Terri says: “This is a filtered version of a rose I photographed at the International Rose Test Garden in Portland.” I've written a… Continue reading “Love’s Reply,” modified-Cadralor & senryū

#WDYS “Magical Creations”

I've wanted to join in on more challenges and Sadje's #Whatdoyousee prompt #154 inspired a shadorma from the image above. Thanks for the inspiration, Sadje. 💜 magical— the tools of her trade fanciful wood creatures spring forth, soulful creations touch your heart anew © Colleen M. Chesebro Photo by Mohammad Jumaa on Pexels.com

“The Rebirth,” #Tanka

John Bauer Art The Tanka Tuesday #PhotoPrompt challenge for this week explores Ekphrastic writing inspired by visual art (photographs). Diana Peach from last month’s challenge has provided the photo for this month’s challenge, seen above. "The Rebirth," #Tanka the forest's womb holds my reflection in limbo— grief cleanses my soul saying goodbye, my tears fall another rebirth awaits ©2020… Continue reading “The Rebirth,” #Tanka

“Memories ~ Set Adrift,” #Shadorma

This week's poetry challenge was a photo prompt that I assumed would give us all much food for thought. Never mind all the song references we couldn't get rid of (Jim Croce: Time in a Bottle) (Sting: Message in a Bottle), etc. Then, there was the obvious... a bottle on the beach means trash washed… Continue reading “Memories ~ Set Adrift,” #Shadorma

“Home,” #Nonet

I wanted to try something different this week for my poetry challenge so I shared a photo for poets to use as inspiration for their poems. The last thing I want is for this challenge to seem dull. So, let's give it a try! There's a lot going on in this photo. There's the porch… Continue reading “Home,” #Nonet