“Revolution is not a one time event.”
― Audre Lorde,
Audre Lorde, deep to the bone voice poet and feminist who championed the rights of the marginalized, comes to mind as I listen to the young people speaking out and making their voices heard their visions and goals clear, and their commitment an honest one. I am just thrilled at the groundswell of positive activism taking place globally. And the diversity of the voices is reassuring.
Peace and Blessings to Each and Everyone.
Music/News: Tracy Chapman- Revolution
It would be easy
Not to notice the Eagle
Watching close my day.
Cardinal 2017- Arizona Photo: JoHanna Massey
Hummingbord Spring 2017- Arizona Photo: JoHanna Massey
There were actually a pair of eagles overhead, but simply too high to photograph clearly, and never together, – Spring 2017 Turkey Creek Sedona Arizona Photo: JoHanna Massey
Remaining ducks in golf course pond following migration – Spring 2017 Photo: JoHanna Massey
Killdeer on a Golfcourse- Spring 2017 Photo: JoHanna Massey
It’s National Poetry Month.
“Haiku” is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. Haiku poems consisting of only 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. The lines rarely rhyme.
The birds are just everywhere this week, and I explore deeper into the settings of the camera to see what I can do with focusing.
May your day be a safe and peaceful one.