A scene from today’s walk

Walking through the rain
WIth summer’s end approaching
This crafted flower

Though it cooler than the past few days, it felt plenty warm to me. Greater Seattle’s mugginess felt fine to me.

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A Haiku From This Evening’s Walk

The water’s stillness

With the sun moving westward

Spring’s daylight now ends


I live about 30 miles north of Seattle. I adore walking along the Edmonds waterfront. Many of my shots posted here are from this small city. My history here goes back a few generations. Simply walking here brings forth memories of cousins, grandparents.

Tonight’s Haiku: An Evening Walk

Walking near the shore

Sunlight gracefully setting

My mind is swirling

It’s been a rough couple of days. A few moments of peace were very welcome. Walking and writing poetry connect me to the greater grace of the universe. And I’m grateful.

I’m grateful for you, too, dear readers. The likes and comments make me feel like I add value to your lives with my shaped words. So, thank you for reading, liking and commenting! It lightens the heavier loads in my life.