Mythbroakia, a beautiful, fictional other world where myths are unfolded and broken in the most evocative prose and poetry. The extraordinarily talented and industrious Amyth Banerjee is its founder and he has so eloquently chosen me to receive the Beautiful Blogger award, which I humbly and graciously accept. It was a stunning surprise, as my universe has been spinning wildly of late and I’ve not devoted enough time to my blog as my heart would desire…
So, in accepting this award it is my honor to bestow it upon the following seven bloggers, in no particular order, whom I feel have shone their own beauty in this amazing blogosphere:
George Ellington of Toros fame. His exquisite poetry and devotion to his true love, his roots, and his family are utterly inspiring and beautiful.
Madu who pens The Urge to Wander. She shares the most beautiful glimpses of her world travels through gorgeous photography and nuggets of amazing history to accompany her pictorial blog that you likely never read in a history book.
Marcus from Alarmingman. I’m newly acquainted with his blog, but I find his world of Haiku one the most beautiful ways of interpreting the world and as he says, “Often it’s like living inside a Zen parable – somehow the solution to an inscrutable conundrum must be found.”
Subhan Zein who in his own words, “I sculpt the light and slap the thunder. I cuddle the moon and kiss the sun. I am not a prophet who performs miracles. I’m just a man who’s learning to write fiction and poetry”, and he does so in the most elegant and gracious way. Beautiful!
David at http://timeforarethink.net/ who has been chronicling his pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago as “Spanish Stroll”, with beautiful humor and lush photography all for a good cause, Rethink Mental Illness. A beautiful soul!
Kim at http://caffeinatedbydesign.com/ whose passion for coffee and gorgeous graphic design is beautiful!
Now, beautiful bloggers carry forth and nominate your own beautiful bloggers (7 or any number you see fit)…and again my humble gratitude for Amyth and Mythbroakia!