WDYS # 167-A Roundup post

I found a pair of old boots

Abandoned in a forest, forlorn

To cheer them up I planted a few ferns in them

When I passed the place next, I was happy to see

That they were blending nicely with the nature

Nature can make the ordinary beautiful, just by its presence

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Fantastic entries again this week in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our lovely participants.

Sangeetha; Barefoot

David; Boots and hoots

Kittyverses; Yet

Reena; Way to go, to grow

Destiny; Too big to fill

Brian; Follow us

Maria; Trusty boots

Dawn Minott; Roots

Keith; Sole mates

Eugenia; Tending the Garden

Diana; Flight of a hawk

Susi; Retired

Jim; Home for the Newts

Angela; What do you see?

Dawn; Daddy’s boots

Di; Best foot forward

Grace; Impromptu

Suzette; Oracles

Ken; Given the boot

Aboli; The display

Radhika; Dwindling greens

Jules; Flash fiction with verse

Sylvia; Boots

Sandy; Firmly planted

Michnavs; Growth

Audrine; Pied piper descendant

Goutam; Fitment

Fandango; My father’s boots

Yinglan; Go be with the wind

Greg; Better off

Tanya; A new purpose

Jude; Legacy

Indira; Grieving boots

Nope, not Pam; Lustrum

I am grateful to all those who have read, shared and commented on these posts.

I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm, PKT.

Thanks for reading.

#Keepitalive

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#WDYS

58 thoughts on “WDYS # 167-A Roundup post

  1. Beautifully written, Sadje! What a host of different perspectives on the prompt! It’s always so interesting how different minds see the same thing! Thank you for the share 💞💞💞

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  2. I’ve seen many and ‘odd’ planter. Fun to spot different ones when we walk our neighborhood.
    Watering cans, chairs with a hole in the seat for a pot of something. And special walls that have pots hanging on them. Or like on a show I had watched… they took a pallet, hung it on the wall, secured strong dark plastic (like trash bags but maybe like a pool lining?) and made little pockets to hold soil and either planted herbs or flowers or just green crawly type plants 🙂

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