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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Haiku for Magpie Tales

Magpie Tales posts an image prompt each Thursday with a response due before the following Tuesday morning. A toothbrush, this week.





molars to paint play

in its twilight it transforms

a long standing friend


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A fractal image.
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16 comments:

Helen said...

Your haiku is wonderful ~ here's to keeping our teeth as long as we live!

Sam Liu said...

Such a beautiful and original description, captured in one marvellous haiku. This was a delight :)

signedbkm.com said...

very nice haiku....bkm

Brian Miller said...

nice haiku magpie...anything to keep the dentist away...smiles.

Ralf Bröker said...

Very mystic.

Best wishes
Ralf

chiccoreal said...

Dear TW: An amazing and excellent Haiku about painting molars change lives;. Thus renewing the faith in one's self outer and inner world when one's teeth look good. This is cosmetic dentistry for the adult psychology! Lovely admix!

Brigid said...

Beautiful piece, loved the precision of it.

Lyn said...

Love the way you simplify things so beautifully..thank you!

christine said...

Good haiku and yes its a good thing to brush!!

Christine

kathew said...

brusha brusha...good Magpie-

willow said...

Super haiku!

rel said...

Sue,
Here's to the haiku,
succinct words bring clarity,
Like paste and brush too.
rel

Linda said...

Nicely done - an ode to teeth.

~T~ said...

I'm glad we can enjoy haiku these days without painting our teeth black! Nice transformation.

soundoffreedom said...

wonderful magpie!

JeffScape said...

Ooh... I like!