Mirrored

mirrored R.RozenZvi

Photo: R. Rozen-Zvi

 

The soft brown curls

Sweetly turned back

Away from images

She’ll track

As she grows older

And discovers

Mirrored reflections

Of her self

And others.

 

 

For the Photo a Week Challenge: Through glass

 

 

Witch Size

brooms and brushes PhilipCoons

Photo: Philip Coons

 

It’s a one stop

Shop

For brooms

And brushes,

Guaranteed to

Save you any

Crashes.

Fit for any

Odd size

Witch,

Come right in

The selection is

Rich.

 

 

For Kammie’s Oddball Challenge

 

Ducky Reflections

duck reflection InbarAsif

Photo: Inbar Asif

 

Is the duck in the water?

Is the duck in the sky?

Is she swimming to perch

On a roof dunked nearby?

Did the house lean to water

Does the mud, garden make?

Are my eyes seeing mirrors

Is my mind still awake?

 

 

For the Tuesday Photo Challenge: Reflection

 

Sawatdi-kha

Sawatdi-kha NaamaYehuda

Photo: Na’ama Yehuda

 

Deep in ocean

She greets you

With palms pressed

In hello,

As you marvel

The glory

Of rocks carved

By time’s flow,

And the riches

Half-hidden

In turquoise waters

Below.

 

Note: “Sawatdi-kah” is the female form (said by females) of Thai greeting, often along with a “Wai” (a slight bow with palms pressed together).

For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Places people visit

 

Blue Ghost

Blue ghost SmadarHalperinEpshtein

Photo: Smadar Halperin-Epshtein

 

A blue ghost

Found its way

To the front

Of this porch.

‘Fraid of heights

It clings tight

To the spout

And flower pots.

 

 

For One Word Sunday Challenge: Blue

 

 

Transition

transformed NaamaYehuda

Photo: Na’ama Yehuda

 

Life to hatch

Life to stall

As a change

Transforms all.

While new wings

Rise and fall,

Will it a ‘before’

Recall?

 

 

For the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Changeable

 

 

Truth’s Vine

grapevine InbarAsif

Photo: Inbar Asif

 

When disparaging fails

Tests of fact

Tests of time,

It unveils petulance

As little more than

A whine.

So beware of repeating

Lies that weigh down

Truth’s vine,

For they lead not

To good spirits

But to crossing red lines.

 

 

For City Sonnet October Photo a Day Challenge

And for Festival Of Leaves 2018 challenge

 

Singular Row

Row AmitaiAsif

Photo: Amitai Asif

 

In a row they

Were planted

Born from seed

To grow

Along.

Individual

They heightened,

Each one as

Singular

As a song.

 

For the Weekly Photo Challenge: Rows

 

Faded Charm

door hostage PhilipCoons

Photo: Philip Coons

 

If you’re broken by worry

Hanging by a thread

Filled with dread,

There are links

That can hold

Even the weary and old,

Who then ride

The hard time

Till restored faded charm.

 

 

For the Thursday Doors challenge

 

Hard At Work

Hard at Work OsnatHalperinBarlev (2)

Original Photo: Osnat Halperin-Barlev

 

Climb the mountainous

Martian landscape,

Big wheels strong

In the sandbox.

Come and rescue

The poor shovel,

Buried amidst alien

Rocks.

 

 

For Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Plastic