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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Haiku for 3Word Wednesday


ThomG, moderator of 3WordWednesday offers the following words for prompt: Fracture, Noise, Vanish






night fracture
noise pounds window panes
vanishes



lightning vanishes
thunder drumrolls noise
fractures calm



his wish fractures
vanishes with the noise
her wedding bells


Fractal created in Apophysis, resized in Irfranview.

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15 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Another great job. I particularly liked the last one.

Andy Sewina said...

good use of the words!

Kristy Worden said...

This picture looks like a fairy, dangling as if from a spider's thread, in front of a blackboard that she is writing on... hmmmm, I feel like I'm interpreting clouds. Fairy - another F,
K

Jane Doe said...

I love your writing. It is always so powerful and emotional, leaving the reader wanting more. This post is no exception.

ThomG said...

well done. lovely images.

Soul Trade

babbleamble said...

I liked the second one the best, mostly the use of "thunder drumrolls noise". Great depiction.

thelittlewriterthatcould said...

I'm no good at haiku, but this struck me as fantastic. Great imagery and cadence lingering long after the first read.

Lucy said...

excellent Sue!
I didn't know a haiku could be 3 5 3
as well.
thanks for letting me know this!
xo

Asleep On My Feet said...

Haiku is such a lovely thing... so personal and yet so universal. Keep up the good work!

gautami tripathy said...

You are awesome. Do you know that?

blowing over that mug of coffee

lissa said...

I like the middle one, and your use of fracture

Tammy said...

I've been goofing off all summer and you have been growing. Wonderful work!

Mark said...

Lovely haiku, Tumblewords...

Michelle Johnson said...

nice haiku. we've had some rain here tonight but nothing louder than a whisper, i suppose, as i haven't heard any noise.

April Lindfors said...

I enjoyed all three, great haikus for 3WW. A stormy night, thunder, and some stormy emotion.



A fracture in the time loop of our now