photo: (c) 2012 Saradunn
rosa rugosa: wild rose / Downeast Maine

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pink granite path
thru blueberries~ blackberries
rosa rugosa
scent of the sea ~ wind in hair
seagulls cry
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prompt: how color brightens a path
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Kathabela Wilson ~  Tanka Poets on Site Prompt:

how color brightens a path (photo by Elsa Frausto)

(This beautiful backyard scene, photographed by Elsa,

shows how stunning the use of color can be,

with a simple magical touch, a path is transformed.

Imagine this scene without color,

and the satisfying wonder of the pinks and golds, contrasts

and scattered shapes call us into a different, fanciful world.

I smiled as soon as I saw this photo.

I use color myself, as a natural unconscious expression of feeling,

it seems to draw us all together.

How have you used, seen color used in fascinating ways,

significant, symbolic along the path

and how can your place these colorful stones in your tanka?)

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Fri Dec 26, 2014 prompt: how color brightens a path (photo by Elsa Frausto) (This beautiful backyard scene, photographed by Elsa, shows how stunning the use of color can be, with a simple magical touch, a path is transformed. Imagine this scene without color, and the satisfying wonder of the pinks and golds, contrasts and scattered shapes call us into a different, fanciful world.  I smiled as soon as I saw this photo. I use color myself, as a natural unconscious expression of feeling, it seems to draw us all together. How have you used, seen color used in fascinating ways, significant, symbolic along the path and how can your place these colorful stones in your tanka?)
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