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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Haiga for Haiku Bones

Wistful. Prompt by Haiku Bones

                                                    
autumn shades
gesso'd winter white
solstice looms

8 comments:

Tau Jackson said...

I can feel the snow crust crunching in your haiga - that sound like tearing paper that resonates up your heel into your hip while shuffle-sinking into the softer cushioning underlayment. Just beautiful, thanks!

fourwindshaiga said...

Perfect for our week here, too.
Thanks for the new word, Sue.

Nancy Bea Miller said...

This is terrific! As a painter I really "get" the primary image here. Thanks for participating in Haiku Bones inaugural prompt!

tasmith1122 said...

It takes me a while to welcome winter and forget about the lovely colors of fall. Thank you for this poem.

Beth P. said...

yes indeed.
beautiful--

Quiet Paths said...

Fantastic image- makes me want to don my snow boots and drudge on through. You are looking forward to solstice as much as am I?

Joy said...

Very evocative.

Michelle Johnson said...

i love your use of gesso here. you make such beautiful images in the small corners of a haiku, for sure. have a great day.