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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Haiga for Haiku Bones

Haiku Bones  offers sleep as this week's prompt.








tiny bites
stealing time by night
restless sleep

 
 
 
 
 
 
Fractal created in Apophysis.
 
 
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16 comments:

Debra Kay said...

snippets of sleep!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Sleeping by the inch,
not by mile or restful yard—
sometimes sleep comes hard!


Rattling sleepy bones

Patrick said...

repeat ad infinitum. This is the recipe for insomnia.

Jim said...

Not bedbugs I hope! Those bites aren't any fun. The kids (four) got them once from a Holiday Inn in Arkansas.
I like your fractual, 'something' is dampening.
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rdl said...

yes!

gautami tripathy said...

Know the feeling!

Slumber: Haiku-lets

Stan Ski said...

Fractals of a long night.

SOL said...

Quick and cool--loved it!

shraddha said...

superb as always..

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the power of "tiny bites". That could be fears, worries or even excitement and maybe even mozzies buzzing around! Great interpretation of insomnia!

whatwordsdo said...

Oh I know how it feels...

Cassiopeia Rises said...

superb work Sue, as always. Everything is so light that your words seem it float.

Melanie

fourwindshaiga said...

I am almost ashamed to admit I sleep well, having lived through those years!

Andrée said...

I like Greyscale's interpretation of "tiny bites." It's a wonderful haiku — the type that keep me pondering long after I read it.

one more believer said...

hmmmm....wonder what that is that wanders and wakes our dreams....

Shelley said...

Even READING this makes me squirm...