Moment in a Dew Drop

At
this
moment,
quiet morning
is pouring a glow
of orange sunlight
into the garden, placing
a drop of dew on every
blade of grass; a fluid
moment at the start
of a new day.

Kim M. Russell, 2018

Momenti n a Dew Drop
This morning, just before six o’clock

My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads NaPoWriMo:  Write Here. Write Now.

Paul says that on this 18th day of April halfway is behind us, the journey homeward has commenced but there is still a way to travel. He would like us to bring our attention to the present moment and to bring our pens to a mindful place, stop and breathe in… then breathe out. He wants us to be here now and write a piece about being in the moment…the place where time stops.

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