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Daily Archives: September 30, 2017

love note found
looks like scribbling
hard to decipher
know they love me
know their heart in a beat
seize the poem 2016 prompt # 8 decipher
photo: www free image


what to do
nothing to do at night
language all your own
try to remember the rules
TPOS prompt: 11/6/2015 a foreign language
or a made up language
Photo: (c) 2016 Saradunn and Hennessy

on the bed
placed to perfection
white chenille bedspread
learned to read and write here
best penmanship practiced here
I did have a desk and chair next to the bed
but preferred to lay on my stomach to write
and my best penmanship seemed to be in
that position.
Reading would be with the pillows behind me…
yes, messing the lines of the bedspread, or
on my stomach. Then bedspread re-turned to
its neat and orderly look !
TPOS prompt: on the bed
photo: free use image of vintage bedspread
I chose it because the pillows are covered like
my mother would insist and the intricate print
all lines in order.

curled up
hiding in darkened room
feel her eyes
a mystery to find her
her ‘stash gives her away
TPOS prompt silhouettes #3
photo: (c) 2014 Saradunn
Miss Blaze hiding in a brown grocery bag

against the sky
trees filled ~ murder of crows
feel their stare
patience is their virtue
roadkills sweet treat their reward
TPOS: silhouettes #2
photo: (c) 2010 Saradunn

January 7, 2016 ·

morning breaks
cold December sky
frost in the air
birds still nestled
‘cept the crows
TPOS silhouettes
photo: (c) 2015 December 20 Saradunn

January 7, 2016 ·

abandoned nest
hidden in summers leaves
along shore drive
hardly a peep heard from young
hawks and eagles flew by
TPOS: unexpected beauty #3
photo: http://www.nature notes: abandoned bird nests


January 7, 2016 ·

New Year
snow on ground
warm on coast
unbelievable Maine weather
Rhodie leaves flair
TPOS: Unexpected beauty #2
photo: (c) Saradunn 2016

January 7, 2016 ·

star in the East
lights sky
two wise boys and wise-girl
Baby Jesus placed in Manger
TPOS: Unexpected beauty #1
photo: (c) 2016 Saradunn
watercolor on paper 4″h x 6″w