A personal miscellany.
Lovely haiku. Always good to give the nod to someone who's doing poetry well too.(btw You mean proponents?)
This is wonderful, I love the 'soon' at the end,
I like the sense of the future that your haiku brings.
The haiku was wonderful but I also liked the way you matched the colors of the text and the picture!That made the whole thing POP!
pearl exponent and proponent are fairly synonymous; if there is a difference it is probably that an exponent actively practices something while the proponet promotes and encourages others to do likewise.I think Marlene is more an exponent than a proponent.
For some reason, I found this exercise to be very challenging. I think you did a wonderful job pairing up your haiku with that lovely photo. I see and read hope and anticipation.
Yes, Marlene Mountain's one-liners are inspiring.The open-endedness of your one-liner is "breathful." Thanks!
Mandy,I like your cloud reading;-)This one line haiku form will require futher investigation by me. I'm off to check MM's link. Thanksps. I agree with you that Marlene is an exponent. But because exponent can also mean a symbol of raising a number to a higher power ie: 8 to the tenth power, it can cause a moments confusion. ;-)
Very nice! I can feel the wind!
Expectant, I like that feeling in your poem.
Thanks of all.I've add your blog to my links :))
Theres something mysterious about this. As if there is a link between the flowers and the wind. I keep thinking of the poppy field scene in 'The Wizard of Oz'.
This is beautiful, and I agree with Jem, it does have a mysterious, portentious feel. Thanks for the link to Marlene Mountain. The one line haiku is a new concept for me, so I'm interested to read more :)
that is a nice shot!kudos to the person who took this picture!-of course you can use the picture in my posting.I don't mind!Ampang Daily Photo
Beautifully written...well done.
wow, love this!this is inspiring :)
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