Poets and Photographers Wednesday


Clematis


Nature filling my spirit with amazing love. Seeing life and nature through the eyes of an artist's soul is both an asset and a deficit. Having heightened sensitivity means one has to discern what to select and what to discard. Life is a veritable banquet with so many beautiful choices. What will you choose to focus on today?

Today we are choosing to share with several creative blogs:

Haiku Wednesday
ABC Wednesday

Outdoor Wednesday
aquariann's Worldless Wednesday
My Favorite Photo



Haiku is below

'Moonlight Serenade'

ArtMuse Dog and I love the outdoors and what better light outside than the moon. I am fascinated by the moon and so I share two versions of moon photographs with you.




'Moonlight Rhapsody'

Many lyricists have written songs about moonlight. If the moon could sing, I wonder what those words and melody might be.





haiku


music flowed soul
fingertips danced talent
melody lingered.
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canvas bare, no paint
till she swiftly created colors
speaking of life light.
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talent, a gift shared
creativity abounds here
she doubted if true.
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Hope you enjoy the creative poets and photographers that we are sharing with today. Please read my haiku before hopping on.

May you all have a wonderful week and exceptional Wednesday.




Hugs and namaste,




and



We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^





QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'But after a few minutes I sighed with relief. She didn't want the moon after all, just a tiny star, almost invisible, a little off to the side. I went to look for it.'
~ Murilo Rubiao

Comments

  1. Beautiful photos and Haiku! Just lovely!

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  2. ABC Wednesday - brings such creativity from across the globe don't you think?

    Denise ABC Team

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  3. Boy! You are early for Wednesday--LOL!
    Beautiful flowers and moon shots. :)

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  4. These are lovely Carol. Nice way to relax at the end of my day. xo

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  5. don't know that flower, but it's lovely

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  6. Very peaceful images and writing. Thanks for sharing.

    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2012/07/ww-awkward-family-photo-linky.html

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  7. Love clematis - I have one of those pale mauve ones!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  8. ... good morning Carol, I see now, did you see the moon and back on in the visor HAIKU, I knew it and I'm well-read only once at WIKIPEDIA ... well, it is also clear to me, thank you, for now I read it differently and want to understand it ...

    best wishes to you and your cute little dog - your friend...from Geli

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  9. Hi Carol

    Lovely photos of the moon and pretty clematis

    Hope your week is going well

    Fiona

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  10. Nice haiku - doesn't it feel good expressing one's talent!

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  11. Lovely Haiku. We , Chinese will celebrate the Moon Festival come this September which is June in the Lunar Calender. There is a folk story about a rabbit and her lover. I wonder too about the moon. Such a spectacular mystery to all of us who admire its beauty! hugs shakira

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  12. Thank you for sharing your creativity! This is a precious gift! Thank you also for your visit and kind comment. Have a lovely week!
    Wil, ABC Team

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  13. Beautiful clematis and lovely post. Happy wednesday!
    C is for...

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  14. Great haiku. Too many people doubt.

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  15. Thanks for your visit to my blog, and your sweet comment. I love your photography and your poems. I have a blog friend Andy Lockhart that shares haiku. Very lovely indeed.

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  16. Never saw a clematis so close to the ground! Enjoyed the set, espec. 'fingertips danced talent' - does that include typing while blogging?!

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  17. you are talented at creating beautiful haiku!

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  18. Beautiful post - its so creative - thanks for sharing and also for stopping by my page

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  19. Some don't believe they can exploit their God given talents and lose out! All because they refuse to 'see' them! Great write Carol

    Hank

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  20. I admire talented people who can fill bare canvas with meaningful paint!

    She Has a Talent

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  21. Beautiful photos!...Christine

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  22. The photos and the words are so beautiful.

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  23. Lovely photo's, as always. Beautiful haiku. High especially enjoyed the first one. It's as if you can feel the talent of the musician. Lovely.

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  24. Very nice. I especially love the middle one.

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  25. The moon has been especially lovely this month, the thought of it singing has endless possibilities, maybe it just sings to our hearts.

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  26. Oooh, what a heavenly Clematis capture! Thanks for linkying up. :D

    ♥ aquariann
    Featured Photo: Canna Lily

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  27. Loved your Haikus-they are quite rhythmic!
    And, by no coincidence, I'm sure, today is the full moon! I think if the moon could write it's own music it sure would be "Moonlight Sonata".

    Thanks for subscribing to my blog!

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  28. Beautiful skies, beautiful flower and perfect words to go with! Lovely post. And I'm enamoured of your header photo.

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  29. Beautiful words and nature shots.

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  30. Nice artistic haiku. Hard to pick a favourite. I liked them all.

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  31. Lovely clematis. Catching up with ABC.

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    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

    PS.. COMMENTS makes me happy!

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  32. I like very much your Haiku, as well as your moon photos. It was very pleasant for me to visit your blog and read your post. Have a beautiful week, ciao!

    http://1brindemuguet.blogspot.com

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  33. Beautiful skies and I love the clematis. Lovely images. Have a great day!

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  34. Lovely set....I can relate to the second one...as I love to draw!

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  35. Love the photos and my favourite is the first one.

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  36. I always enjoy stopping here to see your talents! Great shots of the moon. I truly loved the first haiku, although all were nice.

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