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One Single Impression says: Thanks to Rachel Green for this week's prompt, flowering.
♥dusk blends moon and sunbrushes the low horizonmagenta flowers♥
I love it! The idea of dusk brushing against the horizon is wonderful. I imagine the flowers magically appearing after this contact. Great stuff. Thanks.Writing in Faith: Poems
This is just lovely.
This is amazing in its simplicity and it's definition. Both words and image blend so well together. It made me smile immediately.
a most beautiful time of day full of hushed surprises... it is beautiful... i will think of this the next colorful sunset... sunrise... came by to say congrats on michelle's poefusion for april poem month!!... well deserving..
Dusk as a painter...beautiful!
Oh, so lovely! I love the double imagery of "magenta flowers".
Simply beautiful! I love this time of day, when the light changes, and you hear the birds saying good night. Fantastic imagery with "magenta flowers"
sort of a mysterious but tender moment in time
Hi Sue, Thanks for "finding" me. Truth is, I've been too busy to worry much about the Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere contest. I lost last year, too. But it's a great way to "meet" a few new poets. I'll bookmark you, also.Oh, I always come up as deadmule on Blogger. I'm Poetry Editor there and that's what my gmail account says.Best, Helen Lossehttp://helenl.wordpress.com/
Really creative haiku! Love it and love magenta! :D
Your words capture the image beautifully!!
What a great image, I can just see the sky as a giant flower.
How mystical! I loved "brushes the low horizon", much like a sweeping, soft embrace.
I love the first line.
Sue,Congrats on winning Michelles prize at Poefusion!Dusk, the melancholy part of the day for me.rel
You (ahem) paint a lovely picture. :-)
Very evocative words.
Tumblewords, how nice to find other poets! A sweet haiku. The one below is powerful. I like your description of yourself and how your brain took a right turn. I personally love Idaho and plan on posting some poems and paintings about it on my blog eventually. I lived there for 2 blessed years but have never been able to return. The memory stays in my heart like a lover and I long for it. Thanks for visiting my blog!
It's certainly not easy to write a haiku. I find it hard writing a good and meaningful one in 3 short lines. But you do it well!
excellent take sue... i love it when we walk the narrow road.......
Sue, this is haiku. Truly lovely.You make it look easy.This has been a long cold spring.I don't know if I can write one more springlike poem.lol ;-)love, Melanie-bd
''dusk's blurred notionfinds self- expressionin ur magenta flowers![congrats wrt poefusion!]..Thanks for the delicate verse and a soft picture..
Has a mystical kind of feel to it - enjoyed it immensly! :)
Love the way this builds to a flower heartland.Gemma
I apologize for my late visit … but I’ve devoted today to OSI before all else. I’m glad I didn’t miss this post. Your words match the image magnificently … and both dance in my imagination!Hugs and blessings,
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