Tumblewords

Fractals Photos Poetry Prose Watercolor

Monday, July 27, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression

One Single Impression posts: Thanks to Geraldine of My Poetic Path for this week's prompt, fragrance. Please visit her blog here for her poetic offering for this week.




floating summer scent
freed by sprinkler's lazy arc
flashbacks from fragrance
~~

fragile memory
wrapped in scent of rosemary
opening my heart

Fractal created in Fractal Explorer, resized and buttoned in Irfanview.

~~~♥~~~♥~~~

17 comments:

sundaycynce said...

Lovely, tangible images!

anthonynorth said...

Excellently done - especially the last one.

Missy said...

These Haiku's are fantastic

Amias said...

I love the smell of rosemary .. perfect haiku!

gabrielle said...

Beautiful haiku. Especially loved the last one. What better messenger than rosemary.

fourwindshaiga said...

Isn't it amazing? One whiff of something, in your case rosemary, and your mind flies back thirty years.

Good ones, Sue.

Jim said...

Wonderful what those scents will revive. My smeller doesn't work very well but a whiff of wet puppy dog smell still does wonders.
I like!
..

Quiet Paths said...

Your words opened my heart as well. Beautiful.

I love sprinklers!

Bobbie said...

Beautiful!! Such a joy to read, and so sweet!

Michelle Johnson said...

I enjoyed your first haiku because summer is all around us right now. These are beautiful. Have a great night.

shraddha said...

very well done...i need to do this one..

Jeeves said...

Lovely image, haiku

Geraldine said...

I agree with Missy, both of these haikus ARE fantastic. Spot on Sue!!! Great artwork too.

Hugs, G

Tammie Lee said...

much said and the whisper of more to the tale in each of these, I lean in...

Spirithelpers

SandyCarlson said...

These wrap me in my favorite summer moments and memories.

Maggie said...

I love the smell of a gardenia bush
and old time honeysuckles.

You take me back in time.

Patti said...

Love the image of the sprinkler's arc- don't see too many with water shortages and such, but lovely poems!