Day 69-83 of One Hundred Day writing challenge

Day 83

Smoke fills space and clings
Old words, new words, silent words
Joy is mystical

Day 82

Triangular notes
Plucked it resonates, sings, owns.
Joy may be ancient

Day 81

A song remembers
Spoken words call forth fresh tears
Joy can be bereaved

Day 80

A stream tumbles on
The river flows to the sea
Joy is a journey

Day 79

Fire flies dance at dusk
A Kingfisher poised to dive
Joy IS in nature

Day 78

Walk head looking down
Walking internally talking
Joy can be pensive.

Day 77

Social media
The most common way to talk
Joy can be clumsy

Day 76

A good parents love
sharing your home with others
Joy is emphatic

Day 75

A full moon, clear sky
Dawn chorus, natures evensong
Joy is curious

Day 74

Sea scented brisk winds
A grandsons voice and laughter
Joy can be simple.

Day 73
Dead

A one eyed goldfinch
A stumbling one eyed red fox
I came out as ‘green’

Day 72 A Triad

Three Lodestars for relationships
It is about actual people
It is about actual communication
It is about actual lives

Day 71 Triad

Three lodestars for relationships
An open heart
An open mind
An open ear

Day 70

What is your taboo
A graveyard, that food, this word
and who decided?

Day 69

The wave IS the form
Blood, breath,sea, stroke of a brush.
Do you see the colour?

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2 thoughts on “Day 69-83 of One Hundred Day writing challenge

  1. I am envious. You write Haiku like it’s become natural to you. Lovely! And I am grateful you wrote the social media/joy one. So much in three lines. But there are so many others here that I like even more. The grandson’s voice and laughter–joy can be simple. That one is maybe my favorite. xo

  2. Vincent in Ireland says:

    Ah thank you David, from you that is so encouraging. I chose the haiku as my 100 day challenge to see how I would work with the form, but in my own way. Quite liking it….but there is so much room for greater depth, artistry and cleverness.X0X

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