less water in the vase
Issue 18.1 | 2 July 2018
An astute observation, Jennifer. Every detail gains an enormous significant in hospitals, nursing homes and hospices.
Thank you, Marion. You're absolutely right. Health care venues are among those liminal spaces where there's intense overlap of all dimensions of life – birth, death, and everything in between resonates in profound ways.
__ They know, and care for their creations, life's vase is full.
New buds; smiles fill these flowered eyes; the offspring. _m
A thoughtful haiku. Keen observation by the poet is highly appreciated.
fragrance of love
carefully the flower preserves
in foggy morning
she gently nurses the wounds
of deep misunderstanding
Pravat Kumar Padhy
Publication Credit: Atlas Poetica 19, 2014
Thank you, Pravat.
Scents of affection
Spilling all over
my mind and soul
Heart hugs silence.
Thank you, Jean.
I liked the entire thought process and especially the way in which it was presented. Based on what I liked I have a few words to say
falling on green grass
tree growing old
Thank you so much.
And the clock is ticking down…. Goosepimples!
Quite right, Sabra. Ticking down for all of us. Thank you.
Straddling the line between nurture and neglect… What a stunning thing to capture. Brava!
So beautiful and perfect, Jennifer!
Thank you so much for your kind words.
Some place between a smile and a grimace I find beauty here – Thanks! Jim
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