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Tumblewords these are priceless, and I am older enough to remember "Dynaflow".
Short but very sweet. Excellent.
That dither....Like an auger it digs into the soul to nix now. These are wonderful, Sue. I wish I could communicate the nod and the "yeah" your work brings out in me. I respect your talent.
Dither stopped me in my tracks, just as it nixed now! Absolutely wonderful!
I like the 2nd one, the change of season, they come so fast
Blink of time..Loved that!deathly adventureAlso don't forget to post any of your creative works at Monday Poetry Train Revisited!
as usual lovely words:D
I recall in the early 1950`s my daddy bought a buick dynaflow and it had four holes on the sides of the hood.It felt like we were on a greyhound bus when we rode in it...a very smooth ride.You shifted my mind back in pleasant memories of a different time...thanks :)
yes..it does move away fast.
a very good haiku! :)
Sue, 'a dither' is my favorite out of these three, but all so clever.
your art and words are a perfect mate. you have captured the threshold of seasons and how all is in the midst of change. Crazy how our poem says so much in so few words and my comment goes on and on. I like your style more.
Lovely. I too have written on the same topic of how the autumn changes to winter with a shift in time.
nice haiku..vry well said..:)
The fractal fits the words beautifully.
Sue, this is excellent. You say so much with so little.love, Melanie
Wonderful work Sue! Oh, I just loved this one. The artwork is superb and your words, perfect.
I love how each line of the first one has a particularly neat word, and how the second moves from autumn to winter so elegantly... haiku must convey a sense of space(-time), and this is a clear example. Nifty image, too! :)
The arrangement of the words flowing with the art piece does provide that shift in time!
First of all- love, love the fractal! Your poems are awesome- I especially like the first two. Time shifts so quickly in autumn weatherwise- we are shifting back into summer here this weekend. And personally, I do way too much dithering for my own good...
how well you capture the quivering moment at the cusp!
I am so sorry that I am this late. My week has been behind since it started. I could not catch up from my Birthday running away holiday. I have some of that on my other blog with more to come. These are very nice Sue. If I were to pick a favorite it would be the 'blink of time.' I never was a Buick fan and none in the 50's nor a Chevy could beat my hot rod Ford flathead with Fordamatic...
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