Nature at it’s best

It’s March hearing the bats
Flying around the house
What a lovely echo sound
Ting ting
In the tree
Branches break
It’s a battle

Between a bat and an owl
On the ground a mongoose

Runs fast up in the tree
Bats disapear
Owl sit high up tree

Hooh Hooh said the owl
Mongoose hiding between the leaves
And of it goes
Into the bush
Just a owl in the tree
Hooh Hooh

image

Posted from WordPress for Android

Advertisements

Watch “Gambian Peters Epauletted fruit bat” on YouTube

Gambian Peters Epauletted fruit bat: http://youtu.be/DvgASHINrzQ

EMOTIONS

Living in a world were emotions and feelings turn us into ice
We fall in love floating on clouds
Soon to be awaken
Tears of joy turned into tears of sorrow
Shattered dreams
Broken hearts
Thunder then lightning
Awaken in a nightmare
Scream

image

ing out loud
Why why then I go on my knees
Praying for answers
Show me the way
God will send angels in form of people
To guide the way

Posted from WordPress for Android

Poetry

image

Posted from WordPress for Android

Poetry

image

Posted from WordPress for Android

For all you e-book readers out there

A friend of mine showed me this website the other day and I have already downloaded several books. It’s called Book Bub. This website compiles a daily list of e-books on sale (usually below $3.00) and a good majority are free. It lists the websites it can be found on – Amazon Kindle, Google Books, Barnes & Noble Nook, etc. You can set preferences for the types of books you want to know about and you can also get a daily email with the updated list of books. Also, when you log in, you are taken to thou cane latest recommendations and you can scroll through all the recent books still on sale. They list the date the sale expires. And the service is COMPLETELY FREE! Go on over and check it out!

https://www.bookbub.com/home

10156169_601887323234863_2131142969_n

View original post

My morning caller

View From Casita Colibrí

This morning’s sunshine (after days of gray) brought a visitor to my door…

Green grasshopper on screendoor

A Sphenarium purpurascens, also known as Chapulín de la milpa.  No cornfield nearby.  Hmmm… perhaps the recent storms blew it off course?

View original post

Previous Older Entries