(I took this picture near one of my favourite trees at a sunset in Richmond Park)
I hear the birds’ sing
I hear the planes fly
I see the deer graze
I see majestic trees high
I smell the sweet blossom
And dewy water, life giving so often
I feel the ground beneath my feet
I feel the breeze, it makes me complete
I am at one with the world
Life’s joys seem limitless
and this is where I experience happiness
© Justine Nagaur
I was thinking about Richmond Park as I wrote this. One of my favourite places of which I am doing a monthly seasonal photo challenge. I can never get bored of the area it seems. You can see a bit of Richmond Park here:- Richmond Park changing seasons
I think also as some of you may know there was a period when I didn’t think I would get out of the house again, there was that very real fear. Then suddenly when you ‘do’ manage to get out you see the world in a different way, take joy in the small things, take ‘time’ to enjoy what is around you and learn not to take it for granted.
So I did focus on the theme ie landscape. However I didn’t honour the form, that being found. I enjoy ‘writing’, not fiddling, cutting and glueing up pieces of paper. Though I respect those that do.
i’m not sure whether I included enumeratios.
For those of you doing the photography course, I would love to know what has been your favourite assignment yet and why?
For my non poetry blogger buddies, how have you found reading my poems every day?
Your prompt: landscape
Today’s form: found poetry
Today’s device: enumeratio