Embracing daylight

she chooses airplane window seats


at coffee shops, she sits outside, or

by the front door


the better to view the conveyor belt of passerbys

The ever changing carousel

she says


capturing some in a sketch book

some with her phone's camera

a few with mini-stories sent to me:


A man just walked by wearng a hat the same color as his dog 


She tilts her head toward early morning rays of light

the way certain flowers open up to Spring 


The sun, flattered

reciprocates her affection 


He`li*ot"ro*pism (?), n. [Helio- + Gr. to turn.] Bot.

The phenomenon of turning toward the light, seen in many leaves and flowers.


© Webster 1913.

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