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Monday, November 16, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression

One Single Impression: Prompt 90: Reincarnation
Thanks to Gautami Tripathy of Rooted for this week's prompt

widespread tides
dance on coastal lines
rewrite shore

bright with future
rise from ash

ancient rain
falls in today's snow
water reborn

Fractal image created in Fractal Explorer, resized in Irfanview and framed with FrameFun


when the musics over said...

All three, lovely haiku, in balance with nature and the universe itself. I enjoyed that!

Amias (ljm and liquidplastic) said...

All three of these are very good, and speaks to reincarnation.

You are so good at writing Haiku.

Loch Rob said...

All great examples of reincarnation (or rebirth) in nature. I enjoyed these very much, along with your excellent image. Rob

poefusion said...

what beautiful images you've created in these haiku. and your fractal from today and yesterday are wonderful. hope all is well. have a great day.

anthonynorth said...

Cycles perfectly described.

Jukota said...

All three are absolutely wonderful depictions of reincarnation. Each a small masterpiece! :o)

Anonymous said...

Oh, the endless cycle of life. The earth is best at it, don't you think?

As a gardener, the second is very reassuring.

Quiet Paths said...

Really touches my heart of hope; all of these!

vidya said...

very nicely written!

Jeeves said...

Lovely lovely. Ancient rain, wow

Amity said...

the life cycle of water is a wonder in itself!

Nice take on the prompt!

have a nice day...and wish you could read my take on this prompt, too!

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Jim said...

Sue, my pick for this week is your second haiku. It reminds me of the Mt. St. Helens ash spread so thick nothing green was showing.
Now you can hardly see the ash for the vegetation.
We do have samples of that ash and I have a small lava rock just smaller than a baseball.

Anonymous said...

I really love the first and the third. Iam going to check out the fractal maker. That looks neat.

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Lovely and filled with such longing. Excellent Sue. I loved your images and your oh so mellow flow of words.

love, Melanie

Geraldine said...

I love all of the haikus and your artwork is soooo very pretty. Beautiful work Sue.

gautami tripathy said...

Loved all, Sue!

time and time again

Patti said...

So many reincarnations in nature- you captured them well~

gabrielle said...

each one a gem. Full of hope and awe. I particularly like "rewriting shore".