Saturday, October 12, 2013

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six point four earthquake last night
Linking today to Six Word Saturday


shifting layers...
this helplessness
in the wake
of the divine hand

--gillena cox



74 DAYS TO CHRISTMAS

16 comments:

Shannon Baker said...

It sounds like an interesting series. I will check it out

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Anonymous said...

Not sure which is worse- earthquake or no. of days to Christmas! (Joke :) )

JLS Hall said...

That's very scary. Hope the damage was light.

~Joy @ Joysweb

Gillena Cox said...

Shannon "Six Word Saturday" is a Saturday meme,

yes you should check to see the other participants; you'll find it quite interesting

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Jo :) happy you dropped in


much love...

Gillena Cox said...

JSL
sure was, there were some outages in parts of the island this morning


glad you dropped in

much love...

Dawn Saros-Kirk said...

Oh my gosh, I can't imagine experiencing an earthquake. I hope you and your family are OK. Wow, seeing the number of days until Christmas gets me a little anxious! Have a great week!

Gillena Cox said...

Dawn, thank you for dropping in

much love...

Diane Mayr said...

Glad you and your family are okay! There's going to be a ShakeOut this week in New Hampshire!

Lorraine said...

oh gosh are you ok? your family? I hope that the devastation if any was very little you know how much you're loved..,

Adelaide said...

Having lived in Los Angeles I know about earth quakes. They are frightning, even the small ones.
However, a writer always gains from any experience, and your haiga is proof of that.
One of my earliest haiku was written after an earthquake:

the predawn quake
jolts us out of bed
to view the sunrise

Adeaide

Gillena Cox said...

Diane thanks for stopping by and leaving the Shake Out link

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Lorraine happy you dropped in

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Adelaide, thanks for dropping by and sharing

much love...

Ruth Cox said...

YIPEs! I have not ever experienced the earthquake and hope I never do. Quite frightening, I am sure, and can be so devastating.

Gillena Cox said...

Ruth lucky you; stay that way

much love...