The lush center of a desert oasis seems to me a great metaphor of hope. It brings to mind the idea that whether we realize it or not, the universe is unfolding as it should. (Max Ehrmann, Desiderata). God blessWriting in Faith: Poems
the fireplace one is so sad... so much time and craftsmanship worn away with rit... both are very beautifully done.....
We all have a purpose for being born. However long or short it might be. I see it this way.pinpricks
..two miracles of nature,(embedded in emptinessan) oasis,or an island.one watches with wonderment the hope :'not without lush center' or the lack of it:'now you are gone',for the poets tackle both..thank u..
..emptinessan) >emptiness) an-/thanks
There is something very sad about a homestead gone by. The first is my favorite.
beautiful kuz... of time and beauty..
The first one is a heartbreaker, but so well done.
Both are beautiful. My favourite is the second one because of the hope, both from the words and the picture, which nestled in my heart.
These are very beautiful.
Dear Friend, The first one really tugged at my heart.Annie
I love them both in their own style. I love the second picture.
The first one draws me in. Makes me think of so many deserted and used up places in today's world. This picture speaks for them all. Great take on the prompt.
Sad, but good!
stunning images of ‘desertion’ created by your haiku hereSorry to be visiting so late. I’m glad I didn’t miss your two because they’re wonderful! Mine’s here: DesertedHugs and blessings,
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