Dionysus Smiles


lord of wild spaces

revelling in vibrant shades

before frosts return

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I thought I’d take a little break from my NaNoWriMo writing to share a couple of photos and a haiku with you. These pictures were both taken in my sister’s garden – a fascinating area that’s full of little moss covered statues and odd ornaments. The statue of Dionysus is one of my favourites. The first picture of it was taken last week. The second was back in January.

Hopefully I’ll return to the blog later on in the week. For now I really need to return to working on my steampunk novella. I’m ridiculously behind my target word count after working all weekend!


9 thoughts on “Dionysus Smiles

  1. The combination of words and photos is enchanting…I took a wee break from writing a statement the mediator, to read your post…now you take a tiny break to check out comments then back to work for you too. Your words are always uplifting. 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Jeanne. I’m glad you enjoyed it. Sometimes a little break is all you need to reinvigerate the mind. 🙂 I hope you managed to complete your statement.


    1. Thanks, Linnea. I’ve always found Dionysus a fascinating god, and my sister’s little statue of him is one of my favourite subjects for photography. 🙂 I’m glad you like it.

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