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Monday, June 06, 2011

Haiku for Magpie Tales

Tess Kincaid of Magpie Tales offers an enigmatic image as a weekly prompt to draw words from writers. This is #68.







light blinded
darkness of the night
third eye lost
 
 
 
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20 comments:

sandy said...

Hey, you haven't lost yours!

Mary said...

Perfect in expression and economy! (Oh, and I added a bit since you read mine :o))

versebender said...

I find this very intriguing...I love the images, but can't seem to focus (no pun...honest)exactly on the meaning. I am working on the third eye lost idea...so many possibilities...love it. vb

versebender said...

I find this very intriguing...I love the images, but can't seem to focus (no pun...honest)exactly on the meaning. I am working on the third eye lost idea...so many possibilities...love it. vb

Christine said...

ah the third eye, well done.

Laurie Kolp said...

Lovely haiku... quite mysterious and leaves lots to the imagination.

Old Raven said...

All that I can really say is WOW!

Old Raven said...

All that I can really say is WOW!

Lyn said...

Hope you find that third eye....hovering, perhaps? So much said here!

Lyn said...

Hope you find that third eye....hovering, perhaps? So much said here!

Brigid said...

Elegant words and perfection, as always.

Tess Kincaid said...

Love "third eye lost"!

Donna B said...

This week's magpie grossed me out... but I really like what you did with it...I still have to try a Haiku one of these days...

Margaret Pangert said...

Yes, sometmes our intuition gets lost in the dark, and we have to find our way back to the light of insight, perception. Wonderful haiku, Tumblewords!

The Brave said...

i wish we all had a third eye as tangible as this. I love haiku poetry.

Olivia said...

I liked what you did with the 3rd eye.. Because it is lost; we are wandering still..

Hugs xoxo

Ann Grenier said...

You always have an amazing ability to express the deepest thoughts in these few words of a Haiku. Wonderful!

mindlovemisery said...

This is a gorgeous haiku. Love it!

Ren said...

Very deep.

Steve Isaak said...

Best piece I've read all day. Excellent.