Lingering in the night air
Conjure a lost dream
Prompt words: Perfume and Lost
Have you ever suddenly smelt a scent that generates a wonderful, vivid memory of a time from your past? Smell, it seems, is capable of triggering the recall of a whole experience which you may have well forgotten.
My travel tip for anyone going to new places is to buy a new perfume (or aftershave) and only wear it for the first time on your trip. When you return, every time you use the remainder it will dredge up wonderful feelings.
Many thanks to those who joined in last week’s prompts of TJ’s Household Haiku of “Leaf and Look”.
Annette Rochelle Aben starts the fun with a haiku pun
Ritu branches out with two lovely haiku
Floridaborne is unfazed by the drifting leaves
Jane Dougherty gazes up through a sea of green
Magic in the heavens from No Saint Augustine
It is the missing leaf that makes Mick E Talbot’s poem so poignant
Three very different types of foliage from Sarah this week with great photos
Judy Martin has empowered the flowers
Olga has coupled a wonderful photograph with leaves from a family tree
Playing with words is not ready to prune just yet!
Leaves may fall but this Tanka by Storyteller offers the hope of spring
Charmed Chaos has a bird’s eye view this week
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