Beached

alone on a beach wave-tumbled water-worn stone enveloped in sand   © Kim M. Russell, 2016 My response to Carpe Diem #1048 stones Today our prompt is stones and Chèvrefeuille has given us examples of haiku by Jane Reichold:  moon meditation in a glow of sparkles the stone peaks spring when stones speak of running water tree stone […]

The Loneliness of the Crumbling Keep

This broken building of flint and stone Was once a sturdy keep; Now the hill on which it stands is overgrown And grazed by sheep. No coat of arms to greet a visitor, No roof nor floor; No guard protects the perimeter, No servant at the door. The ancient walls once solid and secure Are […]