“Here’s Hoping” by Jordan Bakare

Colors, colors, only colors, our world will never be monochrome.

iSugar

I can send you to a place of endless inspiration

And allow you to dance that divine dance in a flourishing garden of dreams

As long as you believe that there is light still living in the sole of your feet

“Here’s Hoping” by Jordan Bakare

Picture and poetry by Jordan Bakare.

View original post

Advertisements

„Dawn“ by Nikaee

The Traumzauberbaum is growing in our garden.

iSugar

A leaf of fire
Felt down a fat tree. Touched head,
Made my mind mad, see. (jf)

„Dawn“ by Nikaee

Picture by Nikaee, poetry by Jonathan.

View original post

„Hope“ by François Morvillier

Our flight for glory led through dusty clouds of fear.

iSugar

All structures broke when
I first met the hope and she
Smiling passed the rope. (jf)

„Hope“ by François Morvillier

Picture by François, poetry by Jonathan.

View original post

“The Taste of Hope” by Ezequiel Piola

We are a band! Our instrument is hope.

iSugar

The word is here, hope.
The eyes are clear. A near star,
Humans never far. (jf)

“The Taste of Hope” by Ezequiel Piola

Picture by Ezequiel, poetry by Jonathan.

View original post

“Momentary Dimension” by Ruth Coleman

The wind of change tastes like hope.

iSugar

Now I see sparkles
In yesterday’s dust and stars
In tomorrow’s clouds. (jf)

“Momentary Dimension” by Ruth Coleman

Picture by Ruth, poetry by Jonathan.

View original post

“Looking Forward” by Evamaria Freshmaker

What is love, Baby, don’t hurt me…

iSugar

We need to love now.
In the arms of truth we find
The warmth of silence. (jf)

“Looking Forward” by Evamaria Freshmaker

Picture by Evamaria, poetry by Jonathan.

View original post

“Facing Truth” by Mietzekatze3847

Any questions?

iSugar

Money makes the world
Go crazy, manipulates,
Leads all cruelty. (jf)

“Facing Truth I” by Mietzekatze3847

But you can’t buy fate.
The sparrow, a tiny bird,
Flies away. You can’t. (jf)

“Facing Truth II” by Mietzekatze3847

Picture by Mietzekatze3847, poetry by Jonathan.

View original post