After Eight Moment · Blogging · nature · poetry

After Eight Moments…

  Instead of fluffy sheep to help me fall asleep, let me count your lovely freckles, as many tiny miracles like stars on the skies of your face, and Darlin’ shall I embrace the whole of your blowing beauty would I ever be so very lucky? I’d never want to wake again hold me forever,…… Continue reading After Eight Moments…

After Eight Moment · Blogging · nature · Quote

After Eight Moments…

  “If a grasshopper tries to fight a lawnmower, one may admire its courage, but not its judgement!  Robert A. Heinlein       If you want to know what After Eight Moments are about, click here. Description for the visually impaired: Close up on a grasshopper resting in the sun.

After Eight Moment · Blogging · nature · Quote

After Eight Moments…

  there is so much to be learned from her. she’s planted in the mud and yet she blooms. JmStorm     If you want to know what After Eight Moments are about, click here. Description for the visually impaired: Close up on small daisy-like little flowers.

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After Eight Moments…

  “Look for the girl with the sun in her eyes…” – The Beatles (Dang!) The Beetle     If you want to know what After Eight Moments are about, click here. Description for the visually impaired: Close up (really really close) on a brown and bright green beetle.

After Eight Moment · Blogging · nature · poetry

After Eight Moments…

  Even in the night I can always find your light Scintillating bright!     Via Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Scintillating  *  If you want to know what After Eight Moments are about, click here. Description for the visually impaired: Close up of a street light shining through a catterpilar nest in the darkness of the…… Continue reading After Eight Moments…

After Eight Moment · Blogging · nature · Quote

After Eight Moments…

  “Trees are poems, the earth writes upon the sky…” Kahlil Gibran     If you want to know what After Eight Moments are about, click here. Description for the visually impaired: Close up (really really close) on a tree’s trunk.