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Monday, November 23, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression

One Single Impression: Prompt 91: Creative

last seen
trekking outbound

pigments pause
wily words whistle
my muse naps


The image was created with a few 'brushstrokes' on a Bamboo Fun Tablet using Adobe Photoshop Elements.


Anonymous said...

Having a bad week? Me, too. I should write that last one on my forehead.

I love these, by the way.

anthonynorth said...

Those last three words say so much. Creative even when you think not.

poefusion said...

my muse seems to have taken an extended nap. i can't rub two words together for a slideshow/ post to save my life. maybe soon it'll come to me. until then i'll twiddle my thumbs, i guess. have a great night.

SandyCarlson said...

I love what goes on while the muse naps.

Jim said...

Sue, I haven't seen you fail. You have a neat trilogy here on the 'slow' side of writing.
I do like your picture. I am envious of your artistic talent as well.

zoya gautam said...

_ beautifully done - with a few ' brushstrokes ' ..

Shadowplay said...

Delightful! Your muse leave behind some delicious crumbs... this made me smile a mile wide. :)

Beth P. said...

napping muses are still on the job...just that they don't punch a clock in my experience!

these were great--and I loved your art. dark and complex...much like your muses, I would guess!


Tammie Lee said...

the creative force can be quite coy
each piece a treasure.

The Write Girl said...

Lovely haiku and I like your image art as well. A lovely OSI post.

Patti said...

I love how you captured a "creative hiatus" I know those feelings...happens way too often!

Quiet Paths said...

Uh huh. I am there too. I tweeted something about the words not being in love with me .... these are great however. Have a happy thanksgiving, Sue.

Geraldine said...

I particularly LOVE the second haiku.

When I get up and running with a shiny new computer and all the fixins' Id love to have your advice re: what software programs to add and what to steer clear of. What a whiz you are with all these options.

Hugs, G

gabrielle said...

There is a wry delicacy in this trilogy. So much said in a few brushstrokes...