Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
Beautiful picture and verse to begin this last-day-of-summer day. (It's over -- school starts today!)
the picture is an explosion of delicious possibilities.hello jason, how have you been?
Raspberry! mmmmm!I like the haiku. Flowers bloom, and fruits ripen to be picked in the end. But not before they have sucked in all juice from life!
Short and sweet. Juicy looking too.
Love this short line verse. For the first time in my life I am looking forward to a brutally cold winter.
I have to admit, I enjoy your photography much more than those simple prose posts. A picture IS worth a thousand words and combined with your little rhymes, it becomes one rememarkable creation! :)
Delicious!! Both the photo and the haiku!!
What a sumptuous berry, especially peeking through like that. :) I love how the photo's framing feels like a window here. This haiku made me think both of Karen's recent poem, and of the Garden of Eden. What a way to fall. :)
Yummy & lovely!
Love the haiku and the photo even more. Gorgeous tribute to summer! Lush and sweet.WVS: choterox. Not sure if it's a heart med or a feminine hygeine product. Maybe a combination?
Karen, and now we move into a new chapter in the year.Little Girl Lost, great to see you! I've been well. Mostly. You?Mona, that juice is the tantalizing part. The stuff that draws us.PhilipH, I should have eaten it. But after the photo, I had to let it go.Walking Man, a chill breeze would be welcome now. Thanks!Creation, photography is a treasured part of this experience for me. If my photos haven't been as present lately, it's only temporary!Margaret, haiku is a wonderful form to pair with photos. Of course, I did violate the rules by having a line rhyme.Sarah, Garden of Eden...I like that thought!Bebo, much appreciated. :)Laurel, the last harvests are coming in. (Sounds like some bleach in that word verification.)
Oooh! Bleach. Shoulda thought of that.Here in GA the last harvests have come and gone...and it's still hot as balls.
beauty and sadness in one.
What a beautiful photograph!
Love the pic :)
Laurel, does it ever really cool off?Shadow, like much of your work.Terri, thanks!!
Adisha, much appreciated!
The yin-yang is the ultimate truth of life... But nature embraces them all the good and bad... happy and sad... everything!
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