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Monday, January 18, 2010

Haiga for Haiku Bones

Haiku Bones offers: incandescent as the week's prompt.


















winter sun
between fog and cloud
thumbprint glows


Fractal created in Fractal Explorer, altered in MS Digital Image and Irfanview.
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13 comments:

Amity said...

wow...so meaningful done in just few words...i love winter as much as i love the sun, too bad we don;t have winter here in the Philippines.

madeline d. murray said...

This poem is lovely, and the image, perfect (as always). Thank you.

if said...

thumb print"...so original!

PS the Pratsie said...

this was perfect !!

Stan Ski said...

Describes it perfectly.

Jim said...

Sue, yes, I do remember that winter sun. It was more profound on those foggy, cloudy days when snow was on the ground. Your haiku helps me renew memories of those pretty days.
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Quiet Paths said...

Thumb print geeze-- that is exactly it! We have the same fog....

Robin said...

REALLY nice! Love the description and image of winter sun that you created.

fourwindshaiga said...

So observant, and it shows in your poems.

celestialrays said...

lovely choice of words :)

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Beautiful Sue, just lovely.


Melanie

maribel danta said...

absolutely beautiful

Artist Victoria O'Neill said...

wonderful imagery....i can feel the glow.