Lost In Mist

DSC_2299A day to relax, away from the crowd

With myself or just two of us around

Doing nothing just admiring the clouds

Lost in mist, standing high on the mound

Walking together, holding hands, go round

The wind is blowing, drops of love, no sound

A blissful day for me, want nothing loud

No words to describe the happiness I found

DSC_2296 Today I used the new format of daily post prompt to publish my response but I was not happy to see my  post on reader. Neither the image of my post was shown nor my title. Therefore I have reposted it . Hope you will bear with me. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/still-or-sparkling/



11 Responses

    1. I felt that way. I don’t know why I used the new auto linked format showing on the grid. Have you added a post straight there Andy? I think the tried and tested method of writing, linking and publishing is better, no?

      1. , There is a box below the daily post prompt which says ‘ Respond in a new post.” I clicked and wrote it there.
        I was not talking about the new improved mode and classic mode.

  1. Beautiful pictures. The mist makes it amazing 🙂
    Well the reader shows your first pic. And did you centre that poem as well?!
    Anyway its a beautiful post 🙂

  2. Yeah now it is showing but in the first attempt it only showed just two lines with today’s prompt. One had to click on the link, which takes you to the grid to search for my blog to read the response. That’s what I could make out. The old method of writing and linking it with the daily post grid is better. 🙂

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