Celebration of Love ~ shadorma

Celebration of Love

friends gather
to witness a vow
shared by two
as their love
becomes a celebration
a life together

I haven’t written a shadorma for a while, so it’s time.
I’m on the road again – back to Buffalo for my daughter’s wedding.
See you in a couple of weeks!

what could be

what could be
flows through what would be
as our dreams
remind us
we’re not always meant to see
all we think should be

My shadorma, inspired by Eliot’s CLEAR-CUT at Along the Interstice, left there as a comment in a slightly different form.

who could guess – Shadorma

who could guess
it would be a fad
held by Mom
with eyes closed
while swaddled in a blanket
in my first selfie

This is my twenty-ninth shadorma using a photo from my WP Media Library for Eliot Dybden’s Shadorma November (ShaNov) at Along the Interstice. A shadorma has six lines with no rhyme or meter, except for a syllable structure of 3/5/3/3/7/5.
Photo originally used with the poem Butterfly Effect.  Obviously, I did not take this photo.

 

studying – Shadorma

New Holland Fermentation Tanks

studying
chambers of his heart
would reveal
hardening
imposed by her disregard
for his affection

This is my twenty-eighth shadorma using a photo from my WP Media Library for Eliot Dybden’s Shadorma November (ShaNov) at Along the Interstice. A shadorma has six lines with no rhyme or meter, except for a syllable structure of 3/5/3/3/7/5.
This is the second shadorma inspired by this photo. The first was newborn thoughts.
Photo originally used with the photo blog Deux Presque Isles.