Hello, Word Artists and Admirers! Summer is winding down in the Philly ‘burbs and I have more than one friend looking forward to the start of spooky/ pumpkin spice season. My tea ceremony practice has me more conscious of the beauty in each season, though I do prefer warm to cold. In Japan, spooky season is NOW. LOL, I like bringing out some of my yokai (a.k.a. mysterious and often creepy creatures) related items for tea. My teacher even has indulged me at times by finding yokai related sweets.
For our next Weekly Scribblings, Rosemary would like to invite you to choose one object in nature, examine it closely, letting it inspire in you a sense of wonder, and then write your new poem or prose piece about it (prose to be 369 words maximum).
Now it's on to the pantry. I'm taking poetry and prose, fiction and non-fiction, old and new pieces. Be sure to keep your prose to 369 words or fewer and one entry per person, please and thank you!