Haiku For You
Delicate lily bends as
Summer shakes breezes.
Nice haiku. I never spent much time trying to write them save for in high school and college, when necessary.
I really enjoy them, they take constraint to a new level, and force me to consider what portion of the word bank I can use to put each one together and make it speak for me. Thank you for stopping in Jeremy.
This was lovely :)Thank you for your comment :D
Thank you Nikki :-)
I love lilies!! Wonderful haiku-- you rock at this!
Thanks Jenn. Lilies are one of my favorites too, we have a bundle in the front yard... when they bloom I will take pics to share:-)
Thank you Paula :-)
Ooh, beautiful! Great work.Sarah Allen(my creative writing blog)
Thank you Sarah :-)
Nine words. Nine. And with them, you took me someplace. Amazing.
When you put it like that it sounds pretty impressive. :-) Thank you for your continued inspiration!
Once again, you've blown me away with your mad Haiku skills! Awesome :)
Thank you for continuing to enjoy them with me Tracy :-)
Summer truly is a time of happiness returning, isn't it?
For most people the warmth of the sun includes happiness :-)
lovely as usual:) I like to read you as the sun is going down.
I find yours a pleasure to read too, though by the time the sun is going down, so am I ;-) My attempts (heavy on that word) are made before then. Hmmm.. truth is sometimes it is not accomplished until after the sun fades. I still enjoy it.
I LOVE lily of the valley's.......and YOUR WRITING!
Oh Brenda, thank you so much.
Heheheh... a little warmth for you m'Friend.
Happiness held looseMake rainy word necklacesGrey April morning....(How I love writing haiku with you!)Julie Jordan ScottFellow A to Z Challenge Writer twitter: @juliejordanscot L is for Lydia Huntley Sigourney On a Mission to Spread Word-Love Throughout the World
That was a wonderful response in Haiku fashion! Nice to see Julie.
Lilies have always made me happy. Wonderful job!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com
Thank you Kathy, they are pretty, bright, and definitely scream sunshine!
I love the lily and the delicateness of this Haiku.
Thank you Linda, it has become a great joy to share them.
wait, L isn;'t for Lance?just kidding, lovely post
L could be for Lance too :-)I would probably have to write a complete poem though, rather than a brief Haiku for you.
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