A personal miscellany.
"encouraged by the melody prompt at One Single Impression"_surely Mandy..Thank U for the lovely lines and a photo to match[not very far from Liverpool,perhaps!]..
There is something strangely alluring about that train whistle. I like the twist you've gone with here.
I have always loved trains and so your use of them as representation for melody is lovely.ps: According to the American Heritage Dictionary a choice of plural form using either haiku or haikus is given. My choice was to add the 's'.
I love listening to train whistles, although to me they always seem to sing a mournful song. Lovely pairing of photo and words!
I wouldn't have thought of this, but I love it. Good photo, too.
This so lovely with the train whistle. It fits so perfectly.
I love both the photo and the poem. Train whistles do have their own music/poetry.
My comment just went POOF! Great use of the prompt. I love trains, everything about them. Well done!www.mypoeticpath.wordpress.com
Delightful. I can just see it in my memory. (I've done a couple cross country train rides ....)
Ah, the melody of the train whistle. I find myself listening for the trains passing again. Thank you.
There are a lot of different kinds of music. I like train whistles too(in the distance).Thank You for the poem.
A good take on the prompt. And a very dramatic picture (especially because the heat outside is so fierce, seeing snow is impressive).
There is a special melody in a train whistle and you captured it well!
this is cute, I like it!
Et j'entends le train siffler...And I hear the train whistling...
I use to work for AMTRAK.
...a train is a melody in so many ways...that steam and whistle is a great image...even the clacking and grinding...the echo off nearby hills...the jump-out-of-your-skin start when you are standing too close to a blastig horn...I'm on board.
Reminds me of a sleepless night I spent in Flagstaff last summer on the way to Taos, NM ;--)Hugs and blessings,
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