Mid-January and the snow is continuing to fall.
A couple of weeks ago, I shared a photo in my post at 2012 POETRY! SNOW INSPIRES! The photo showed a light-reflected image on the deck behind our house. It looked to me like a piece of lined stationery. On FB, I posted a photo from another day that looked like an unlined piece of paper, just waiting for words.
Today, another unlined sheet of snow on the deck so I tried to write a poem–one word long, “Sno” .This is my small stone for today’s River of Stones January challenge:
January 19 Small stone poem SNO
Blank slate of snow
beckons me to write.
With paprika spice ink,
I shake out the word sno–
Sadly, “w” had no place to go!
- Taking pictures in the Snow – Tips and Tricks (andrewlukiphoto.wordpress.com)
- West Seattle snow scenes: Monday photo roundup (westseattleblog.com)
- Top Tools for Snow Removal (foxnews.com)
- 2012 Poetry! Snow Inspires! (pm27.wordpress.com)