As Autumn fades into Winter, I find myself longing for roasted chestnuts. Prickly, like the history of their maroons shades, they are Autumn’s chocolates.Continue reading “Maroons, Autumn’s Chocolates”
So many facets to Feuille-Morte and A Nightingale in Autumn, as many as fall colors.
Autumn is splashing out its colors, giving away her best dead leaves, feuilles mortes. If I would describe Fall to you as the season with brownish-orange dry leaves, would I get your attention?Continue reading “Feuille-Morte and A Nightingale in Autumn”
Over 12 millions tourists visit Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris every year. It may seem like a vast number, but compare it to the billions who haven’t even heard of this breathtaking, this époustouflante church nestled on a tiny island in the City of Lights and you can consider yourself lucky to be one of those few millions.Continue reading “Notre-Dame de Paris, a Visit before the April 2019 fire #NotreDame #tourism #culture #poetry”
12th Day of Christmas Haiku, Twelve Drummers DrummingContinue reading “12th Day of Christmas Haiku, Twelve Drummers Drumming”
Welcome to 11th Day of Christmas Haiku, Eleven Pipers Piping.Continue reading “11th Day of Christmas Haiku, Pipers Piping”