Thank you

Fandango’s Dog Days of August #25

Today’s theme is “thank your followers.” As bloggers (and writers), we all appreciate having followers. What would you like to say to your followers to thank them for following you blog (or some other online presence)? Share a story, a poem, a photo, a drawing, some music, or whatever you wish to share about how you would thank your followers.

I’m dedicating this poem to all the different followers of my blog. You’re amazing!

Artists in Motion©
Sketch
to draw
a captivating moment

Paint
to bestow
a visual interpretation

Weave
to interlace
an artistic tapestry

Quilt
to fabricate
a colorful display

Create
to construct
outside the box

Write
 inspire others
in their dreams

Display
to expose
our raw selves.

Shine
as if
No one sees

The Janaku is a simple form of three lines per stanza invented by Eileen Tabios. Each line is based on word count instead of syllables, with the first line containing one word, the second line two words, and the third line three words. There is no limit to the number of stanzas.

As artists we share our passion with the world. We help each other reach our goals by supporting each other. For my followers I want to say more than a simple thank you.  You’re awesome ! You’re kind words have helped me with the dark days waiting for the diagnosis, the surgery and the million scary thoughts that ran amok waiting.  You’ve offered prompts that gave my sadness a place to be.  I’m so truly lucky to be part of your world and so very lucky you’re a part of mine. Mr. Bennett says it so much better than me. but these words matter for every blogger writing.

“Be mindful. Be grateful. Be positive. Be true. Be kind.” ~ Roy Bennett

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