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Remember the Alamo!

It’s amazing to see how the remains of the historic Alamo sit in downtown San Antonio, Texas. You know you’re walking over some mighty history there.


Clear (haiga)

Looking up
the sun winked at me
on a clear day.

by the riverside
buttercups wilting, tadpoles 
swam in clear water.

© Tournesol ’14

Submitted for Haiku Horizons… 10 more words


slipped away (haibun)

When I look at the word “decay” and the end of summer, I am reminded of last summer and my son’s struggle in a long-term relationship. 201 more words


If I was a butterfly...


If I was a butterfly I’d dance on the leaves

my legs would move quicker my wings would look sleek 

 my heart would beat faster with every quick step… 105 more words


evolution (Carpe Diem)

Carpe Diem Romancing the Haiku #1

that first lunch date
filled my plate

long imagined
that tentative
first kiss

nose bumping
searching for
those lips… 38 more words



Emerging in the 1880s, the Pictorialism movement was the first to establish photography as an art form. The photographers used techniques as brushing or create a slightly blurred setting in order to avoid a record of reality and thus adding a picturesque touch to the picture. 88 more words