Pillar – Haiku 2022 #ThursdayDoors

pinpointing Source time makes its mark with a pillar of light **** Decked out in white marble with ombre hues and built atop the ruins of a Celtic Church, stands the third (some say second) largest Catholic Church in the world —Duomo Di Milano Basilica (Milan Cathedral.) Completed in stages over six centuries the partialContinue reading “Pillar – Haiku 2022 #ThursdayDoors”

Autumn Fades – #PoetryChallenge – Haiku 2022

earth resurfaces autumn fades around the bend light shedding leaves **** Featuring the photography of Ioannis Ioannidis capturing almost the same location at two different points during autumn. **** This month Rebecca Cuningham’s #poetrychallenge is to write a haiku about something that fascinates us in nature; an experience, creature or setting. I am fascinated byContinue reading “Autumn Fades – #PoetryChallenge – Haiku 2022”

Set Right – Haiku 2022 #ThursdayDoors

charting faith’s heavens a blank canvas and a dream time sets things right **** Sequestered in the land that was once vineyards stands the first main basilica in Florence, Italy in the 13th century — Santa Maria Novella. Consecrated in 1429, this basilica has been the home of The Dominican Friars for over 800 years.Continue reading “Set Right – Haiku 2022 #ThursdayDoors”