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Monday, December 21, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression

One Single Impression: Prompt 95: Junction
Thanks to Jeeves of Silence is Poetic for this week's prompt.




frail elder
links to the younger
shared musings



memories
the junction that forms
new melange

 
 
 
 
These are senryu. Fractal created in Fractal Explorer, resized and buttoned in Irfanview.
 
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15 comments:

fourwindshaiga said...

Great use of the word, Sue.

anthonynorth said...

Those memories are certainly important junctions. Nicely said.

Loch Rob said...

Memories form with the interactions we have with others. I think it is very important to develop those memories in life. It adds to the joy and substance of our meaning.

Michelle Johnson said...

i love that fractal. it reminds me of Alice In Wonderland- can't you tell i'm eager to watch the remake in 2010? your senryu is perfect. memories can be a powerful force. hope all is well. have a great night.

SandyCarlson said...

Melange. Exactly. It's always a wonder to me at Christmas when stories emerge how they are so very different. I always wonder how this can be.

Jeeves said...

New melange! Indeed

Shadowplay said...

I admit I had to look up melange... what a great word! And so perfectly used...

This is haiku at its best... Usually I have to work at it, but this struck me like an arrow.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

"Shared musings" and "memories" -- they enrich the meaning of "junction". Great post, Tumblewords.

if said...

so many new things coming our from junction...:)

Geraldine said...

I like what you've done with this prompt Sue, especially the first one.

I wish you a wonderful holiday and much happiness in 2010.

Hugs, G

zoya gautam said...

.. a definition of culture _

in ' verse ' ie

to U & all ur own _

happy christmas ..

Walky Soto said...

These painting by mathematics show the infinitude in a few strokes of the brush x*x-1=0 - a boring parabola turning into a para - bola of joy beyond joy. so very nice and so difficult to tune as you have done with your true artistic sense. A nudge here, a pixel there, and it has non-verbal joy expressed throughout. Sincerely, Walky Soto

lissa said...

I like the second one - makes me think of how memories can, not only remind you but sometimes cause confusions

Jim said...

These are nice interpretations of the prompt, Sue. My favorite is the first, I can relate to it better. My memories get lost quite often (age related malady).
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Patti said...

Both are great, I am really loving the 2nd one and am partial to the word "melange" Happy Holidays~~~