For this final OneShoot Sunday, Adam and Chris have put together a fantastic spot lite on photographer Rosie Hardy . Of all the Oneshoot Sundays I have participated in, I have to admit this is certainly one of the most exciting. The images are fantastic, and the one I have chosen as my prompt, captured my imagination better than it has been in weeks! Please have a visit with Rosie, her work will amaze you, and stop by Onestop and give the team the fond farewell they deserve!
I Think I Think Too Much
|Rosie Hardy Photo
They say moss grows on the North side
And all you need is a bit of soap and water
To defeat its shallow roots.
I will not be fooled by its petals
This disguise, this charade
This attempt to keep me here
Is wearing thin.
These paths that lead away from me
Roads of shining opportunity
Will not wait forever
And I must act!
Wash away the roots of indecision
Face the fear of failure.
Freedom of choice must not continue
To hold me ransom
The thoughts and opinions of others
Can not lend any weight
I must move
Would be better than this.
And so it is, we say good~bye to One Shoot Sunday. Adam and Chris…thank you for this and all the wonderful artists you introduced us to in the past. Thank you for the friendships that have been forged because of your efforts. Poetry has moved forward because of them, and I hope you and the rest of the Onestop Team move forward as well. Wishing all of you the very best, and looking forward to hearing of great things coming down the pipeline from each and every one of you!