Having read “Let Me Sing You a Lullaby” by the talented and beautiful Californian poetess, Annabel – wherein she recounts an appreciation of kindness, love and guidance, as received through the song of an angel – I was inspired to write this poem…
Like a message in a bottle Sealed with a kiss and set adrift Words flow from your heart, so lovely – poetic bliss, shared as a gift
This old photograph features a beach and lighthouse on Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula – Marquette, Michigan – which was formerly referred to as “Michigan Beach”. It’s a beautiful area, though somewhat cold (note the absence of people actually in the water). You can see prints and more in my galleries at Pixels and ArtPal.
Having read “Muted Castle“, by talented poetess, dancer and dear friend Annabel – wherein she speaks to personal experiences of relocation, love and memories of her homeland – I was inspired to write this poem in response…
Through wind and rain Your words retain A soothing sound of love
Despite hardship This distant trip A godsend from above
The race is on, across the field to the woods – “last one is a rotten egg”! Enjoy this nostalgic, vintage sepia tone photography of three children running for the fun of it. Based on a photograph from Unsplash with a Creative Commons Zero license, several modifications were added using Photoshop, including a faded watercolor frame. Prints and more are available in my gallery at Pixels…stop by for a visit!
Enjoy this vintage sepia tone photograph of a sandy beach along the Pacific Ocean at the pier in Hermosa Beach, California. Visit my gallery at Pixels to secure a print (framed, canvas, metal, acrylic, poster) as a decorative addition to a wall in your home, or at the office. Many customization options are available to make it your own!