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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Evening for OSI

One Single Impression offers the prompt: Evening



the hiccup

between light and dark

~ bats unroost

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A fractal image.
 
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16 comments:

Jingle said...

well put.

Jingle Poetry said...

welcome join us tonight at Jingle Poetry Potluck, have fun!
Thanks for the inspirations and dedications..

Happy Writing!

;)

Pearl said...

gosh, you've reminded me. only a couple days until daily haiku February.

a hiccup of bats. :)

Anonymous said...

This is so visual. I read it three times to extend the enjoyment.

Teri C

Reflections said...

Sweet images... I saw and heard that bat last night as I was walking my pup.

Jim said...

Evening is short, just longer than a hiccup. Very nice, Sue.
Your fractal is nice too! I'm wondering if there is a template to help with the raised effect?
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anthonynorth said...

Perfectly described.

Nanka said...

The only hiccup on a peaceful night.

totomai said...

oh my! genius!

hiccup ftw!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Oh boy, this is stupendous. I really liked it a lot.

And I would like to thank you for your kind words as you visited with me today about my painting. Much, much appreciated.

SandyCarlson said...

Yes, that.

Today my student Batman was asking me about the various bats we would encounter in our building when he was a summer school student. I think that hiccup was on his mind. I hope my glass of water was enough.

The Write Girl said...

Creative take on evening. Lovely haiku.

Dave King said...

Love the image- and even more, the bats unroost. Superb!

Ramesh Sood said...

Beautiful Haiku..liked it..

Joseph Harker said...

Recently I was watching Batman Forever, and there's this one scene where Bruce Wayne is in the psychologist (Nicole Kidman)'s office looking at an inkblot, and asks "you have a thing for bats?" And she says, because it's an inkblot, "the question is, do YOU have a thing for bats?"

Anyway, that's what it reminded me of. Nothing more complicated than interpretation. :)

Geraldine said...

Oh how interesting! Great work with the prompt Sue. I missed a goodie!!!