A personal miscellany.
Oh, how I dislike all those wires that intrude upon my sky. A unique choice of topic to view. Lovely.
When I moved from Florida to Georgia and went house-hunting, one of the things I especially wanted was underground electric! My view is unobstructed by electric poles and wires. I love it!
Oh, I like this one. So tired of hearing people give reasons why they can't soar!
thoughts soarbeyond clouds-a celebration of liberty..thank u for sharing this..
I like the combined image and words. I actually felt a sensation of rising above the limitations of the wires.
Excellent haiga! Love the juxtaposition between the permanence of the steel and the vastness of the sky. Wonderful! JP/deb
Lovely image and poem. Took me soaring with you.
Nice photo and poem. The poem makes me think of the movie, "The Butterfly and the Diving Bell" that I recently watched. No matter what binds or ties us up, we can still send our thoughts to the sky.
Mandy, how lovely your haiku! With a gorgeous photo by lori to match! And yes, you can come along on my river boat down the Mississippi. Gerald is invited too! :D
Very nice haiga!
Nicely done!LindaDRESS BLUES, at Nickers and Ink
Wonderful photo and haiku that neatly illustrate that 'steel [wires] do not a prison make'.
I like the message this poem bringsthanks for your visit
Freedom is indeed a state of mind!Excellent poem and great presetation.
wonderful.. with a great image!
You could not have chosen a better photo for that wonderful haiku.
Miss Mandy Miss Mandy - thankyou for the lovely poem on my blog.....
to soar is to break away from stereotypes...so lovely, so poignant
splendid combining of image and words
Very freeing. It makes me feel as if I'm in prison, but only my body.
makes me think of gravity shoes keeps me from falling free... it is indeed beautiful
Stell wires are useful for and appreciated by birds.
Nothing prevents us from soaring!voice of reason
A lovely thought to soar, despite any obstruction.
wonderful work! true words, too. :)
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