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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

3WW Haiku and Fib



Bone, moderator of 3 Word Wednesday, offers glass, question and token for today's prompt. Please follow the link to see what others posted or to play along with this enthusiastic meme. My response is below.





first token of spring
dazzling as fused yellow glass
questions old winter





green
eyes
shining,
like fused glass
reflects candleglow,
she leans forward with trust's token
before responding to his unexpected question







Fractal created in Apophysis.

21 comments:

TC said...

I loved the second one. So sweet.

Jo Anne O. said...

Love these...very fond of the second one...very nice!

lissa said...

love them both, the second sounds romantic, what's the question?

paisley said...

i have found myself drawn to fewer words as of late... maybe it is time to kick my forms in the as*... you are a master at them!!

Becca said...

Love these haiku -especially number one. I'm on the lookout for one of those flowers :)

anthonynorth said...

Liked these - especially the first one.

Tammy said...

These are really amazing and inspires me to write them again.

Christine said...

There is something so supremely gorgeous when light filters through stained glass – your poems bring the colored light straight to the mind's eye.

Leigh Lear said...

i really like the second one.

pia said...

I thought the first pretty and the second sharp--matched the image more

forgetfulone said...

Great! I really loved the haiku.

Noah the Great said...

The first one is awesome.

The second one is awesome.

The only one that's bad is one not posted :D.

Whitesnake said...

A touch of class as always.

Jane Doe said...

You write great Haiku. I especially liked the first one, though they were both very good.

Remiman said...

Sue,
New beginings, both.
beautiful, each!
rel
I love the art of molding syllables in to words that tell the story with emotional tone.

pjd said...

I love love love the fib. It's got a breathlessness to it that makes it complete.

One More Believer said...

yeah, what rel sed... I love the art of molding syllables in to words that tell the story with emotional tone.

J.C. Montgomery said...

I am just now catching up on my feeds, which in a way makes it difficult to comment as many other people share my sentiment.

But I still have to leave a few words to let you know I think these are BOTH wonderful!

Rae Trigg said...

I really like the fib haiku; I'm guessing that he 'popped the question', perhaps.

Bone said...

Wow. I think these are two of your best!

Love the imagery of fused yellow glass. And of her eyes in the second one.

Both are just wonderful.

susiej said...

"fused yellow glass" with the image of spring just crystalizes a beautiful dandelion in my mind. I love this.