The concept is simple: Here’s a doodle. Now write a poem to accompany it!
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Between fire and pine
I slept like a babe
of ponderosa pine
the stories we listened to
when we were children
love the layers in this. good job.
the hooting of owls
stirs the dark
dream of this starlight
your hand touches mine
our own little corner
of the woods
my wish flees
on an ember
gathering the pines
a flock of doves
whoops! that should be:
gathering in the pines
a flock of doves
i like the surreality of the doves gathering pines in morning light.
To me, the image feels larger and has more facets to it when you leave out the “in”
in the woods
my distant relatives
shining in the sky
at the height of fir the fall of darkness
Good one, Mel!
stories of wild animals-
pine and tarp shaping
see also a recent pine post at my blog Lunch Break
an unfinished dream
fresh sun glaze
in my dreams, a weave
of pine needles
at the edge
nice one, Lauren!
Thank you, Rita!
expecting the Ahwahnee
no one told me
to bring a tent
night forest sounds and
the encounter with
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night fire under open sky
the cycle of time
(…which now turned into a fire visual: http://bit.ly/XjgqU8 )
mountain breeze . . .
his feet warming
tender mercies at the campfire burning piñon
up against the tent
touch with not nice
between dark woods
and the dying fire
our little white tent
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abandoned tent –
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