WINDOW Wonder "I saw this, I thought of you." Perfect Watching Changing daily, personalities emerging Magical Warming Plaintive cries, sibling rivalry, exploring together Sweet Witness Curiosity, new toes, clicking sounds Amusing Wakeful Testing limits, flexing muscles, finding brave Charming Winging Soundless, sad, so quick Right Wistful One more hour, one more day, maybe two Mournful Waiting A call, an answer, a heartbeat response Fleeting Worried Did you fall? Were you hurt? Were you hiding? Frightening Waffling Go, don't go, go, no don't Weeping Wholeness Owlets on the rooftop Gift
Many of my writing friends are participating in the A-Z blogging challenge this month. I could not, but in reading their posts, I kind of wish I had. Three of them invited me to take a day, and this is the third one. Roslynn Pryor has become a friend through a writing challenge I participated in January 2014. Oh my goodness, she’s a wonderful woman. Her heart, her compassion, her wisdom–I appreciate her so much. And you will too–check out her blog, Pushing The Bruise (you know, to see if it hurts). There, Roslynn shares her beautiful poetry and her photos.
An added note–I’m not a poet, though I’m playing with that art form. Roslynn is, and she is taking both the A-Z Challenge as well as NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month). As a result, I needed to write a poem as her guest. I know, I have much to learn.