VIGNETTEI backed away, slowly inching toward the river. My breathe calm and steady even as my heart raced. Thump-thump-thump; thump-thump-thump; thump-thump-thump. Doing my best to avoid direct eye contact, I froze when I heard the crackle of the branch under my foot. Time stood still for a fraction of a second that seemed to last…… Continue reading Don’t run
Rock and Stone The ocean’s tide calls my nameas the waves dangerously crashagainst the crest of rock and stone. I dip my toe and displacethe brownish-green algaefrom my path. Singing my childhood lullabyunder the crystal chandelierof moon and starsglistening on the breaking water. A walrus billows in the distance.Seagulls caw overhead.Your silhouette appears on an…… Continue reading WP: Rock and Stone
Nature speaks for me Sun singing and rain crying Thunder shouting goodbye -akw- (Part of the Watercolor and Words Series) — Haiku Prints available on Society6Link by clicking here. ©2019 Angel K Will | Instagram • Facebook • Twitter Photo by Johannes Plenio on Pexels.
“…The truth is, we all need supportive relationships. I once heard a lecture in which the speaker talked about the great redwood trees in California, those magnificent giants of the forest towering as much as three hundred feet in the air. ‘You’d think such tall trees would require very deep roots,’ the speaker said. ‘Actually,…… Continue reading Why you never see a Redwood alone
The Fort Worth Botanical Gardens is a beautiful place to visit. They are currently hosting their Butterfly exhibit in the Conservatory (does anyone else think of the game “Clue” when they hear that word?) now through Sunday, April 3, 2016. You can get all the details on their website. When asked what kind of animal…… Continue reading Photo Day: Butterflies & Botanicals