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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression


One Single Impression posts: Kitehorse brings us this week's prompt, copse. Thanks, Kitehorse!





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ankle deep
in summer's white heat
silent birch

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drifting dust
dry-paints pine needles
empty clouds

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dry creek beds
dehydrate cedar
blue sky spreads

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Image created on Bamboo Fun Tablet with Adobe Photoshop Elements.


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14 comments:

shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

good one...

i am thinking of skipping the prompt as it is too difficult i feel..lets see..

you are GOOD with photoshop element..good job!

anthonynorth said...

Excellent haiku - though I think I now need a glass of water :-)

gautami tripathy said...

Great series. I loved the third one best.

feasting in that crescent-shaped cove

fourwindshaiga said...

The first one fits here today.
All three, perfect.

SandyCarlson said...

I read these and I see and smell and taste summer. The image of the birch....makes me think of how the birch is the first in leaf in the spring and the first to begin stepping out about now, when I realize just how hot it is.

Michelle Johnson said...

Words and fractal beautiful, as always. Makes me want to seek solace in nature today. Have a great Monday~

Sweetest in the Gale said...

These were luscious! The second one especially spoke to me...I loved your words "drifting dust dry-paints pine needles". Beautiful! The image is also very striking.

The Dark Lord said...

Beautiful, vivid imagery.. the silence you paint speaks out loud..

DeLi said...

i like em all but i feel and imagine myself on the third set....gleefully enjoying the greens and staring at the wide lue sky

Mad Kane said...

Lovely haiku! I especially like the second one because of this line:

"dry-paints pine needles"

Patti said...

These were great- I liked the first one the best~ loved the line "ankle deep in summer's white heat"...beautiful image as well~

Jim said...

Very nice Sue, I too like those silent birches. And in the winter you can see the forest where the trees were all summer long!
Also you are telling us of your Southwest experience, I've been there but didn't stay. This is another visit. Thank you.
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namingconstellations said...

"ankle deep / in summer's white heat": I love it!

The image is really cool-lookin' too, fits all of these really well.

gabrielle said...

how beautifully you paint the heavy arid heat of high summer!