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Focus & Stray My response to Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt challenge #17 Focus & Stray


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Focus & Stray Haiku Prompt Challenge #17

Each step I focus,
Tight hold on the bannister,
Stray thought, up or down?


Author: carolyninjoy

I’m a happily married, retired mother of two adults & grandmother of four children. Adjusted at last to my move from WA state & all the green trees & abundant moisture to a different beauty of desert mountains in AZ. The winters in the Mojave Desert are bliss, the 127 degree summers are a test. It is a climate change for sure. I’ve learned to bloom where I’m planted. I must remember, plants have roots, people have legs & to use mine! I am an avid reader of almost all genres & usually have a baker’s dozen books being read at the same time. I craft greeting cards & enjoy sharing my creativity with family & friends. I also surf the internet looking for artists, photographs, quotes, etc. for my Joy is a Choice! Choose Joy Moment by Moment webpage. http://www.facebook.com/Joyisachoice I also make online jigsaw puzzles. http://www.facebook.com/Injoyspuzzlesforfun I'm a voracious reader & have started a book review page on facebook. I now have the freedom to read all night long, should I so choose & don't suffer the repercussions since I can nap the following day. It's the best time of my life. The link for InJoyful Book Reviews is: http://www.facebook.com/InJoyfulBookReviews

8 thoughts on “Focus & Stray My response to Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt challenge #17 Focus & Stray

  1. That photo about made me fall off my chair as I looked at it. Whoa! 🙂

    • I’ve had a life long love affair with staircases like this where your perspective can be altered as you gaze at them. It reminds me of an Escher painting or ‘witch’s mirror’. Glad you kept your seat. 🙂

  2. Pingback: RonovanWrites #17 #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge Rewind Focus&Stray | ronovanwrites

  3. Yikes, I’m dizzy now. 🙂 Nice Haiku, I can relate (although I dislike stairs intensely for the sensation/fear of falling the give me).

  4. I’ve fallen up steps & down steps even breaking through a banister. But I still have no fear. Guess I’m just blessed that way. I agree that some ‘past life things’ can affect us now.

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