The Stairway - This is a gorgeous photo of a stairwell! I love the lighting and the perspective, not to mention the focal point! Great work ~ Props to the artist!
The Stairway - Breathtaking photo!
Now, Listen To Me - This is one of the best wildlife pictures I've ever seen, and, I have to admit, I am really surprised to find it in a literary magazine. Where else can I find more pictures by this photographer?
Soulmates - Such a fascinating gathering of photos! Thank you for sharing them and lifting hearts in these times of so many negative images!
Goat Tree - I visited the Argan Women's cooperative in Morocco, so it was great to see how the nuts are "gathered."
3 Generations - The colors seem sharp and soft at the same moment. Nice work!
Rush Hour Commute - Gorgeous!
Independent - Beautiful.
Independent - I really enjoyed the story - the feeling of the setting was very real. I related to trying over in a city that I loved. Nice ending, nicely presented.
The Wedding Gift - a lovely story, beautifully written.
To Friend Or Not To Friend - Loved the story and can't wait to read more.
To Friend Or Not To Friend - Wonderful story! Brought tears to my eyes and I desire in my heart to serve more also.
An Old Box of Antiques - A touching retelling of a story that cannot be told too many times over.
Paper Dolls - Another precious story about the memories of childhood and how we as adults can be inspired to create memories for our children and grandchildren
A Murder - The imagery of longing and our jealousy for the flocking of crows is beautiful and haunting all at once. I love this poem!
Beware - Absolutely amazing!
Katya - Chilling.
Pompeii - I love this poem by Elizabeth.
Spring - Love the simplicity.
To Fill Your Soul With Hosannah... - That is so wonderful. I could feel the peace and tranquility in my soul through your images.
To Fill Your Soul With Hosannah... - I think I'm feelin' a little bit of that Hosannah right now! =)
Villanelle: Ozark Dust - What a beautiful villanelle, and what a testimony to the circle of life. Love the "red dust of their ancestors," don't love but do accept that as long as there are humans, there will be "tomorrow's war."
What Do You Think?
Summer Solstice 2012 Table of Contents