|"I" ~ dont want to. ~ for ABC Weds.|
|'I' for Island on Cape Ann MA|
Wednesday post and that means poets and photographers. The top photo is, of course, of our Assistant, ArtMuseDog with her cute little facing indicating 'I don't want to.' The next photo is of an island in the the middle of Cape Ann Harbor. My haiku for Haiku Sensational prompt was 'function' are below. Hope you enjoy the photos and poetry of mine and the bloggers I am sharing with today.
nature functions well
human brain, times shorts circuits
little bird tell how.
birds fly, bees buzzing
nodding to sleep, brain tired
humans frail beings.
function well today
hope for the frail human beings
trees, strong, flexible.
We are sharing with:
aquariann's wordless wednesday
your favorite photo
Think my mind and body are weary from the seasonal change and fall cleaning. How are you doing?
Hugs and namaste,
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: 'To search for the good and make it matter: this is the real challenge for the artist.'
~ Estella Conwill Majozo
LOL Artmuse is so adoreable. Great picture of the Lighthouse.ReplyDelete
The picture of that island with the lighthouse on it would make a beautiful post card.ReplyDelete
Awww.. I like that 'I don't want to' look. :)ReplyDelete
enjoyed your photographs; 'cute' terrier!ReplyDelete
Haikus are good. And i love that cute doggie...ReplyDelete
Loved Artmuse's expression! Beautifully captured!ReplyDelete
Beautiful island, love the shadowing that you did.ReplyDelete
Oh, what a darling pic of the Muse!! I love it. :):)ReplyDelete
Lovely photography and haikus.ReplyDelete
To be in an island must be awesome!ReplyDelete
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team
Love your Terrier, "face twin" to mine . . . Artmuse poses very well . . . not mine though . . . Her birthday post arriving soon . . .ReplyDelete
like the dog and the islandReplyDelete
I loved the 1st haiku ... i like this blog ... you bring in so much of creativity :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely island scene. Familiar stubborn look.ReplyDelete
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Oh my....puppy is so cute....doesn't want to swim huh?ReplyDelete
hello from my pup to yours....know that attitude oh NO I WON'T !ReplyDelete
I very much like that quote for the day!ReplyDelete
great quote for the day!ReplyDelete
like the dog and the island.
thanks for this inspiring post!!
buwahaha, I want to take that little doggie home he's so cute! If ever you tire of him/her... you now know who to contact. :)ReplyDelete
Hahaha, I just showed my husband (who's off work today and gets to share in my blog reading delights, lol) the little doggie and read him the text and he said we can't have her. Not that you were giving her away anyway. :)ReplyDelete
Some day... I HOPE. :)
Ah, us frail humans. Nice one.ReplyDelete
Lighthouses are always so interesting to see. What a cute doggie!ReplyDelete
Really beautiful...and I love that quote!ReplyDelete
Love the contrast between human and nature functioning. Especially the one about the bees!ReplyDelete
Perfect pooch photo, what an expression. I'm with ArtMuseDog's' "I don't want to" on leaving the summer behind.ReplyDelete
Joy - ABC Team
Very nice photos, and I think My Molly Girl could be friends with that cute pooch!ReplyDelete
Now you don't have to get sooo personal with the Haiku's. With Fall coming and cooler temps I hope no more short circuits.
I is for I love that Zoe! and your set is so functional! I short circuit, but hopefully, don't burn out - not yet...ReplyDelete
Beautiful island photo and nice haiku, too. I forgot all about You Know...That Blog? I will have to try it again soon!ReplyDelete
Oh, feisty little cutie. :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you for coming by my page Carol. :-)
I like your second haiku - we all have our functions - and more functions :)ReplyDelete
quite right, humans make nature malfunction!ReplyDelete
Cute pup! :) thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
You mentioned wanting to see our Molly. She's a 10 lb Shih Tzu (just turned 8) You can see her and us at this link : http://gotaminuteortwo.blogspot.com/2012/08/heading-home.htmlReplyDelete
That was fun...I enjoyed all of your creative post!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work, beautiful thoughts and words. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Madeleine Begun Kane