One of the highlights of our trip to France was an unexpected stop to view the abundance of sunflowers off a remote road near Lyon.
This is my first post for the first Haibun Thinking – a new Haibun Writing Challenge. The prompt I chose was:
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
– Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
His rise through the ladders of work left him breathless.
Time out for marriage that was for sure.
There were kids his wife assured.
No one mentioned this unfairness.
One more time he had to check this corporate allure.
Corporate Gods before all.
Up, up towards that impossible goal for sure.
With all this some say he had a lot of gall.
Once there, everything had been left behind.
But no one was there to see him now.
He thought he was a gift to mankind.
But in the end he wasn’t even the cats meow.
a rose for my love
i wish i could play again
one more chance to smell
What was the last lie you told? Why did you tell it?
Photographers, artists, poets: show us FAKE.
I had promised my daughter to take her to the Sara Duke gardens at Duke University. As we entered the welcome center my daughter ran over to these flowers and after touching one said “But daddy, they’re fake”.