Very timely, Anne. Right on the mark.
You've had some deep posts lately. I hope this bridge is one you can cross to a better day.
Annie...I really love these 2 photos.....hope you aren't feeling sad.......
Deeply introspective right now Vicci. But thank you. Friends are a great fix.
Extending a hand to cross those bridges together. Don't forget we're here...
wonderful photos and wise words.
Annie,We need a bridge across a fracture about now.Lovely photos!
The photos are a lovely. I like the idea of bridges across fractures. One of my favorite sayings is: build a bridge, get over it! So naturally, I think this haiku is inspired.
I nearly got lost in the bridges, because they look like they can go where ever I wanted them to go. I think it is an introspective time of the year. We are still sleepy from winter, but have the urge to stretch and grow, just like the plants. I know I'm doing a lot of soul searching right now. Not sad, not unhappy, just searching and perhaps mapping out the next few months!
Hmmm the idea of bridge over fractures, I like it. Many ways to look at that. Thank you for such rich thinking food.
The comma in the last line is so telling and the two bridges, although contrasts, are both fractured. Your words carry a lot of weight.
Wow! This is beautiful. So are the photos. My daughter just posted about a bridge.Thank you for your comment you left me! :) We are neighbors you know! I live in Hughson!
The two photographs are brilliant.
Bridges are a very powerful metaphor for so many things - beautiful photos. :)
WOW! When I was reading Angela's comments, the word TURLOCK jumped off the page....born and raise there. Spent 20 years in ministry in Southern CA, and now live in Hughson (by Angela) Have been here 26 years. Welcome to the neighborhood.Come visit my post neighbor.WandaSorry, got carried away...the photo's are stunning...!
Your haiku's were so powerful to life. Well done I enjoyed it!
I love the song.... Love Can Build a bridge by the Judds... I know... its a country song... but I love it and am sending a bridge of love to you from the hill country. xxo
The photographs perfect accompany the image painted with your words. Well done, Annie! xo
Very fine visuals and I think I know that bridge from my youth. Let me know where it is back stage. THanks. I hope your spirit lifts you back up and out, but introspective moments are when we grow the most.
I'm glad I found you too ... this post was beautiful.
Beautifully written perfectly illustrated!hugs NG
been up all night working on cookbook dummy and drinking mountain dew,will visit later after sleep
A lovely haiku! :)
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