Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
I love the pumpkin colours.
I love every word choice! Doesn't this just smack of the season? You packed a wallop with 5,6,5 syllables. Beautiful picture. I'll be reciting this every October from now on! :)
There's an other-worldliness to this photo. A storybook world of plump, untamed harvests contrasted with dreamy sky. I like it very much.And those lines perfectly express the dark tension and surreality within.
What a fabulous photo! The light and the field looks so amazing. Pumpkin dreams....love it!!! :<)
What an awesome photo! This is the 3rd blog I've been by with a picture that makes me absolutely drool in envy! REally lovely Jason!
I'm so glad we found that pumpkin patch. Makes me want to camp out and wait for the Great Pumpkin!:)
Aggie, not a bad picture from a moving car at dusk.Kaye, dang, I was going for Haiku. ;) I was pronouncing crackling as three syllables. Probably not a good word choice for that reason. But thanks for the compliment on capturing the essence of a fall moment!Sarah, the red and dark sky was so rich. I got a few more nice shots contrasting with the sky. I wonder if pumpkins dream of their Jack-o'-Lantern faces.Geraldine, thanks! Night was falling, so I hurried to snap a few last pictures. With a few touch ups, this one came out. I have a better pumpkin patch one, though. ;)Ello, thanks. :) I hope to roll out even better autumn photos.Aine, I'm so there! All we need is a starry night, maybe a bottle of wine, and a warm blanket. ;)
Jason... Forgive me...of course it is 7! What was I thinking? I knew it was a haiku...but I am a scrapper and have not been formally trained in poetry. 5,6,5 or 5,7,5? I didn't know. I don't do any haikus, but I would like to try some. You have inspired me, yet again.
Kaye, no worries, it's all in good fun. :) "Crackling" really wasn't a great choice for 3 syllables. Haikus are 5-7-5, non-rhyming, and usually have nature themes. (But being a scrapper is way better!)
You are the consummate gentleman, sir.
Menacing cucurbits, that's what this season is all about!
Kaye, :)EOH, Cucurbitaceae...now that's a family name.
Splendid, Jason!And the picture... a Halloween tale landscape... just fantastic!
Wow..."crackling the spines of leaves" takes me at least three places at once, while "carving pumpkin dreams"...not quite sure where that takes me, though maybe that's the point....
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