10 April: A-to-Z Challenge

AI artwork, beach scene in the style of L.S. Lowry.

H is for a Heat Wave

July’s a long heatwave.
Prickly hot sweat.
The air snapped and snarled
as if itching to disconnect.

It’s a rush of floral scent weather, 
and sunrise is a pretty blush

For A-Z Challenge. Heat Wave: A period of abnormally and uncomfortably hot and unusually humid weather. Typically a heat wave lasts two or more days. Written for the A-to-Z Challenge. Declared theme for the challenge is Weather. AI Digital Artwork is created using Midjourney. Imagery and poems ©Misky 2023 Shared on Twitter #amwriting #atozchallenge @midjourney @AprilA2Z

12 responses to “10 April: A-to-Z Challenge”

  1. Coney Island, circa 1900, or perhaps New Brighton.
    Love it!

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    1. I fed Brighton beach (Sussex) into the AI bot as 1st level focus. Is there a New Brighton?


      1. Two different places: Bright Beach NY and New Brighton UK. I only learned a few years ago that the concept for Coney Island was based on New Brighton.

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        1. Didn’t know that. 😂

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          1. Sorry, I meant to write Brighton Beach … not Bright Beach! 🤤


  2. I see a lot of heatwaves here in California.


  3. Here in Southwest Louisiana, I live in one looong heat wave! 🙂 https://rolandyeomans.blogspot.com/2023/04/h-is-for-c-s-lewis.html


  4. I’ll stick with fall, not a fan of the heat. LOL!

    My A to Z Blogs
    DB McNicol – Small Delights, Simple Pleasures, and Significant Memories
    My Snap Memories – My Life in Black & White


  5. In Florida, July and August tend to be brutally hot. At least to me. lol

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  6. currently having a heat wave this week in our area after lots of rain and wind …
    Love the poem and your AI generated image is so very “cool”!

    My post is here


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