WDYS # 173 -A Roundup post

There is a special connection

Between the human and this animal

The conduit being the nature

In times of need each will respond

Provide help when other needs it

This bond needs to be strengthened

Perhaps though more selfless acts

On the part of the humans

Who need to be more humane


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

Reena; Stature

David; Forward, or ; back

Sangeetha; Together

Mason; Call of the wild

Destiny; Thirst

Aboli; A silver lining

Keith; I spy- Tall Tillie

Lady Sighs; Esther Edith goes on safari

Elizabeth; Stand tall

The novel reader; What do you see

Jim; Tall gentle giant

Eugenia; Cherished discoveries

Tuba; Let’s celebrate

Diana; Please do more

Inkdrop; Looking up

Angela; What do you see

Di; Always by your side

Jules; Camelopard

Michnavs; Be my muse

Susi; Mistress of the plains

Jude; Hope at grassroots

Suzette; Shadow work

Goutam; Diversity

Yinglan; The girl and her giraffe

Ken; The neck of unspoken majesty

Ganga; Head held up high

Grace; Brief encounter

Hammad; Did they live happily ever after?

Kittyverses; Caged forever

Maria; The scene

Jane; Sweetie pie

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.




46 thoughts on “WDYS # 173 -A Roundup post

  1. I saw a video about a week ago of a couple of fishermen who saw a fawn fall off a steep river bank. They walked up to investigate and the fawn swam to the first fisherman… who picked it up and lifted it up to the point from which it fell. I bet the ‘deer’ were happy to be reunited. And that fisherman has a true tale to tell – with proof!

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