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Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify

Halloween inspired Jackdaw and Bloodmoon

Weekly Photo Challenge: Transmogrify

A couple of scenes transmogrified especially for Halloween!

Haiku: From The Murk

In the mist and murk
Lost and forgotten places
Weird and wild things lurk

For Blue Monday I have included these creepy blue frogs from Marwell Zoo!

Blue Frogs

Blue Monday is hosted by Jeanne at Backyard Neighbor in honour of Smiling Sally
Smiling Sally

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Blue Monday: The Remains

Wintry Blues in Autumn

Blue Monday: The Remains

Haiku: The Remains

Summer slipped softly
To the southern hemisphere
Wintry blues remain

Blue Monday is hosted by Jeanne at Backyard Neighbor in honour of Smiling Sally

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Blue Monday: Forget Her Not

Forget-Me-Nots

Blue Monday: Forget Her Not

Carlene

Your smile remembered
In the shining eyes of the
Boys you leave behind

Eyes full of wonder
At the beauty of the world
That you shared with them

Your legacy grows
Blossoming brightly in them
Nourished by your love

Each year more flowers
Will blossom in your honour
Stars of blue and gold

For my cousin David and the boys. How I wish I could just open a door, walk through to you all, and hug you! Half a world away but very much in our hearts xxx

Part of Blue Monday hosted by Jeanne at Backyard Neighbor
Smiling Sally

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Blue Monday: Softly Sought Memories

Forget-Me-Nots

Blue Monday: Softly Sought Memories

Softly Sought Memories

Recall to me these
Softly sought memories
Of hazy spring meadows
Thick with flowers,
Alive with the buzz
Of bees, the gentle
Flutter of gossamer wings,
Bright pretty things
To delight the mind
Of an innocent child,
Of the forgetful youth,
Of the hasty adolescent,
Of this wishful woman.
Recall to me those
Lazy, gentle days,
That I may become
Lost in them.

The image is of the forget-me-nots in our front gardens, which inspired my poem on reminiscence. They always remind me of Spring as a child growing up in the countryside.

Part of Blue Monday, hosted by Jeanne at Backyard Neighbor, and Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Poetry

Smiling Sally