Nature Recycles (haiku)*

roots once bound to earth~

time’s artistry in decay~

supports soft green growth

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Trees are majestic and beautiful, also necessary. Trees Improve Our Air Quality. Urban forests help to improve our air quality. Heat from the earth is trapped in the atmosphere due to high levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other heat-trapping gases that prohibit it from releasing the heat into space. … Young trees absorb CO2 at a rate of 13 pounds per tree each year. I hope that you enjoyed listening to this instrumental, Requiem for a Tree.


Eastern Reflection (haiku)*

blushing sun rises~

frozen in mirrored beauty~

city reflection

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*Note: enjoy the song The Sun is Rising by Britt Nicole

The photo above is taken by Barry Butler, a known Chicago photographer. The view is from Montrose Harbor facing South, we have the pleasure of watching the sun rise over Lake Michigan. 🌎✌🏻❀️

Eugi's Weekly Prompt – Blush – February 17, 2020

St. Valentine’s Day (haiku)*

today is the day~

show love for one another~

should be shared daily

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*Note: “Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” Maya Angelou. Enjoy Adele’s version of Love Song. Today and everyday be grateful for who you love and all who love you. If you are lonely, know you are not alone and God loves you unconditionally. Sending love and hugs to all my fellow bloggers send it forward. πŸŒŽβœŒπŸ»πŸ’—

Winter Still Walks (haiku)*

silently drifting~

each singularly unique~

paints pure white landscape

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*Note: yes, snow ❄️ in Tennessee in February is highly unlikely, yet here it is. Having lived up north most of my life it’s not so rare to have snowfall at this time of year. To be honest I sometimes miss it. This morning I took a walk through the woods that surround our new mountain top home. It clears the mind and brings serenity to the soul. Enjoy the song (by the Decemberists follow link for more info on them and the photos I took, now come walk along with me.