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Sunday, August 08, 2010

Haiku for OSI

One Single Impression: Prompt 128: Connoisseur



he stretches

breakfast from the earth

...early bird







Original watercolor sketch.

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20 comments:

Sam Liu said...

Beautiful, an earthy and vivid nature poem. The watercolour is wonderful too.

SandyCarlson said...

Yes. Your words make me hungry.

Amity said...

earliest bird, catches the first worm...:)

thanks Sue for this beautiful take!

Systematic Weasel said...

Very vivid piece! Wonderful take on the prompt!

-Weasel

anthonynorth said...

Yes, they do enjoy their breakfast, don't they?
Enjoyed that.

Naquillity said...

already hard at work foraging its breakfast. nicely done. have a great day.

gautami tripathy said...

Like it!

musty scent of love

Ramesh Sood said...

Early birds.. oh, they sing so well..thanks..

chiccoreal said...

Dear Sue (TW): How I love your Haiku and wonderful watercolour! How simply beautiful a breafast; what a feast!

Loch Rob said...

That early bird knows what she is doing. I am hungry too. Very nice haiku.

Ruth said...

nice - I can see it in my mind's eye

EKSwitaj said...

Ah, so that's what it looks like (this night owl is never up early enough to see)!

Prayer Girl said...

Beautiful! Seems like your 'far' left brain turned 'very far' right.

The words and the watercolor are outstanding. They make me feel like I am standing in a garden early in the morning.

PG

Patti said...

lovely! I love to be the early bird! Beautiful watercolor as well!

La Barceloneta said...

Loved it! Simple, elegant and fun. :)

Kristen Haskell said...

You are making me want to paint again. It has been too long.

gabrielle said...

Early in the mists. gorgeous. Plump!

Jim said...

Very nice Sue! Breakfast from the earth. Worms of course for these guys.
I like your water 'sketch' too. The bird on our right rules, the other is checking things out.
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jabblog said...

I never thought of birds 'stretching breakfast from the earth'. It's a lovely image and very well-observed.

youareuseless said...

That verb packs a punch. Now I want to stretch breakfast from the earth. Wonderful work!

Megan