Three Kings Follow the Wonder

We’re on Week 3 of Christmas Carols for One-Liner Wednesday, a weekly blogfest hosted by none other than Linda G. Hill. Check out how you can join in the one-liner fun at the end of this post. Before we get into the lyrics of this carol, let’s gather its history from Wikipedia: “We Three Kings of Orient Are” or “The Quest of the Magi“, is a Christmas carol that was written by John Henry Hopkins Jr. in 1857. At theRead more

In my Head

I had poetry in my head and then it was gone a faded background of orange, yellow, brown A pointed amber of light that would not help Where did the words go? Hiding in a glen of tallness or under cover of green canopy or hanging onto a noun with limbs I’m tired and can’t think My muse is here perky and sun-gold bright many spears standing at attention waiting for me to write something but nothing I did haveRead more

This is Not the New Black

Photo Challenge of the Week: All ORANGE, all of the time. Top: Packer gold is the new orange. Did anyone notify the team? Left Center: Tabby kitty is the same old orange, just hanging around. Left Right: An orange lei is the bear’s new adornment. Bottom: The orange amaryllis (that photographs red) is getting old, blooming anew.  Read more

Gray Day

The autumn colors are at or past peak. The trees are loosing their leaves. Today, the sky claimed puffy gray and a foreboding, breathy gray fell off one’s lips. Although the golds and reds remained cheery, the cackling geese betrayed the coming of November.Read more