Scintillating Saturday Share #11

Chrysalid’s haven.
Fluttering wings dance.
Innocence reborn.

A Cornered Gurl

Every Saturday, I will share a photo that touches my heart, makes me happy, or lifts my spirits in some way. The purpose? To send love, light, peace, and kindness out into the ether. Scintillating Saturdays: one definition of the word scintillating is as follows: witty; brilliantly clever.”

Can we do that here, beautiful people, spark something brilliantly clever that touches others every Saturday? Please share this to all of your social media outlets. We can do what we can by spreading a little love, can’t we?

Roses in the Garden at Montgeron|Claude Monet – circa 1876

Using up to 7 words, tell me what this photo sparks in you. Here’s mine:


forest of
enchantment
magic’s in
t h e  r o s e s.


Now, it’s your turn. This’ll be our“Scintillating Saturday Share #11.You can respond to this post, reblog and respond…

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7 thoughts on “Scintillating Saturday Share #11

  1. Beautiful post, Susan. Love your haiku with the chrisalid and the idea of innocence reborn. It so resonates with me for its beauty of truth, wisdom and concision. As non-human animals, we, human animals should act similarly. Changes and transformations as with the chrisalid, are marvelous opportunities for us to reset ourselves and start from zero many a time in our lives.

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      1. It is always my pleasure to come back to your blog and comment whenever I find a bit of time. Also, I loved your last review of my friend Mario Savioni’s novella Pickles and Tarts. You are a very talented writer, insightful in all you do. So glad to have come across you on WP. Cheers 😊

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