one woman's terrifying and glorious leap off the cliff of midlife
Hey, T. Gurl, I've been on lockdown and it feels damn fine to be back. :-)
Nice haiku..a different take altogether..http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/08/my-800th-post-and-haiku.html#comment-formRS:)
Ramesh, if you haven't noticed, this is a blog about midlife and women so this was a natural take for me. I wanted to celebrate us accepting ourselves for who we are. There is beauty in aging and being who we are. Thank you.
That pond is breathing with life, lovely!!
I really appreciate with this prompt we are free to interpret the word and not required to use it.
You know this Irish girl loves the mention of the Claddagh!
:-) I told you I had a serious girlcrush. lol
Succinct and gorgeous!
Words and image are equally lush.
I had to look up claddagh :). That's a great closing line.
Thanks M, I knew what the ring was didn't know the name. Lucked up and found it.
Yes, clearly HERs. warts. Claddagh.
I'm trying to fit this, Tonya. Mrs. Jim has warts but she doesn't value them. Are they literal? Our toy poodle has dangerous looking warts that we just found. The vet is right after she gets clipped tomorrow...
Don't mind Jim, he's our resident Monday joker. LOLThe frog wears her warts proudly as the ring symbolic of belonging.Beautifully written, and the photo is stunning.K
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