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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression


One Single Impression posts: Thanks to Sweetest in the Gale for this week's prompt, blue.




late summer sky
clad in a wrap of blue
swinging glider


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foxtrotting raven
adorns a denim hued sky
partners white contrails


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Fractal created in Apophysis, resized in Irfanview.

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16 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

denim hued sky..Love it!

weeks trample on each other like magazines


Please don't forget to post your creative works at Monday Poetry Train Revisited too!

Greyscale Territory said...

There is a real sense of high and sacred blue in these haikus! beautiful!

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

Lovely image and haiku ;--)
It's been a long time since I've participated in OSI, but through a confluence of events ... today I have done so!
Hugs and blessings,

Quiet Paths said...

Fox trotting raven! Brilliant Sue, really.

Michelle Johnson said...

your haiku is terrific, brilliant. and your artwork is great.

Tammie Lee said...

you paint images of summer perfectly, with your words, with your art....

The Write Girl said...

I love your haiku...beautifully written.

Jim said...

I like the haiku. Your use of 'denim hued' is so creative. I used the denim in picture, thought blue, but didn't even think of 'denim hued.'

You water color in the post above is very nice, thank you for posting it.
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Patti said...

Beautiful artwork..and I love sitting in the glider and looking up at the sky. I am especially loving the "light" as it changes from summer to fall; so golden...

SandyCarlson said...

I love and admire that raven. I love your poetry.

Geraldine said...

Ilove both of these haikus, particularly the first. And the artwork, stunning!

Leo said...

lovely words Tumblewords!
both haikus were very beautiful!

Beth P. said...

oh yeah! see them both--
THANKS!!

spacedlaw said...

The foxtrotting raven made me smile. Thanks.

zoya gautam said...

lovely

Amias said...

Your poetry is as engaging as your art .. I would love this photo on canvas. It's so very beautiful and so pleasing to these old eyes. I love abstract art above all --- because it allows me to use my imagination.