earthweal open link weekend #38 Posted on September 25, 2020 by earthweal An adult male jaguar rests after treatment for burn injuries on his paws after a fire in the Pantanal tropical wetlands region of Brazil. (Reuters) Hello friends, Welcome to earthweal open link weekend #38. Share a favorite poem fresh or vintage and visit your fellow linkers and comment. Open link runs til midnight Sunday when the next weekly challenge rolls out. — Brendan Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Thanks, Brendan, am away from home at my sister’s farm, so likely wont post, only read, till Monday. Stay safe this weekend, friends.
I went back two years and found a little poem I wrote for Sherry’s Wordy Thursday with Wild Woman at the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads.
This morning, we are recovering from a wild, wet and windy day and night with flooding, blown down trees and branches, and a five hour powercut. It must be abating because both cats have gone out after spending all of yesterday and last night hiding indoors. I wonder if this is a sign of what to expect this winter.
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Brendan, image you have used for this post is heartbreaking. I’ve added another apocalyptic poem: these seem to be coming naturally to me at the moment. Thank you for hosting another Open Link Weekend at Earthweal.