Gnome’s Wisdom – A Haiku

Alchemy, magic,

No the secret is reading,

There’s Gnome other way.

2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry and Photography

Calculator – A Haiku

Posted: May 22, 2018 in Uncategorized

Calculator – A Haiku

Arithmetic tool

Solving complicated math

Relieving brain strain

2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry and Photography


Push Pin – A Haiku

Holding to the wall

The end of your head is sharp

You do make a point

2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry and Photography

School Shooting- A Haiku

They Tormented me.

Nobody helped me. The gun

Is o.k., I’m not.

2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry


Perfume- A Haiku

Mixture of fragrance

Helping us smell so lovely

Pleasant scents you give

2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry and Photography


Pencils- A Haiku

For writing or art

Their abrasion leaves a trail


2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry and Photography

Swamp Warrior

Posted: April 30, 2018 in Photography
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I met this swamp warrior this weekend at a crawfish boil. He brought a whole army of friends just like him. He was very happy to pose for a macro photo.

2018 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography

The last two days have been amazing! What a privilege to witness a piece of history that included the life of Mrs. Barbara Bush, former First Lady, and America’s Grandma. I have always admired her as a person and I knew I could not go without witnessing or taking a few photos of the repose trip that left Second Baptist Church and funeral procession today. There were so many stories about Mrs. Bush and she was loved by so many on both sides of the political aisle. The first two photos are not mine. They are from the card given to guests during the repose viewing at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. I would say may she rest in peace, but knowing Mrs. Bush she is probably already teaching the angels to read in heaven.

In Houston you can find just about any ethnic food you want if you take a little time to browse. One of my favorites is Japanese food. The Seiwa Market located at 1801 S. Dairy Ashford has everything Japanese. If you are a Japanese food fan or curious take a trip and buy a few things. You’ll never know if you like it, until you try it. Here are a few photos from the market that will give you the vibe. I really LOVED the Japanese Ice Cream. I hope you check it out!