Bea dM on November 15, 2015 at 10:58 am Reply lovely picture and haiku – you should make a poster of it! “…runs charcoal thin..” gives the idea of someone in the action of drawing 🙂 Loading...
lovely picture and haiku – you should make a poster of it! “…runs charcoal thin..” gives the idea of someone in the action of drawing 🙂
Thanks for the idea! Isn’t it funny–I missed the height of fall color. However, it forced my gaze elsewhere. A change of perspective is good. Take care.
Miss Bea: Here is a poster for you (updated image per your suggestion). Thanks!
yes, I like that, it does make an original Autumn poster !
The negative twist of trash coming into this haiku took it to the next emotional level for me.
Hey Karen–thanks for the comment. These haiku forms are not permanent. They are notations for longer verse. We’ll see what happens.
I think someone just faded into the light of common day. “Inspiration is a dying ember.”
Masked by allusions and quotations, I disappear into myself. Reverse Facebook.
Hmmm, Mr. Dan.
You startin’ a blog in 2016??
When I wake up on January 1, finally disconnected from the “working world,” I will take bearings and start making decisions of consequence. I am encouraged to read here and there that blogs are passe’, since I delight in being old enough not to give a damn. Blog on, Kate; I may join you. Cowboy up!
very cool….photo and haiku. I like each line!