Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Sensational Haiku Wednesday - Reality

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guarded by thin ice
leaves left in lonely layers
like hidden truth

24 comments:

  1. Uh, are you saying Spring thaws and new truths grow out and fertilized by the old rotting truths.

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  2. Beautiful photo!

    Now that Jenn has changed the name of her Haiku, you can teach me to do them correctly.

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  3. That's a great picture - love the texture of it.

    Great haiku!!

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  4. I'm with Jenn -- the textures in that photo are stunning! Lovely haiku, too!

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  5. Ahh, this made me sigh. I can't wait for the thaw to reveal new truths.

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  6. Beautiful picture. Beautiful haiku!
    There's a CORRECT way to do haiku? Go onnnnnnnnn! hehehe...

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  7. Nice photo and lovely idea to go with it.

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  8. Oh wow Nessa. That is beautiful! I am truly impressed.

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  9. Well done my friend. I love the picture that goes with this :)

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  10. She is so brilliant
    Would you like to know her name?
    Vanessa Kilmer!!!!

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  11. The photo and the words were both perfect!

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  12. "Just living is not enough," said the Butterfly. "One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower." - Hans Christian Anderson

    I feel like I'm being duped. Is this or is it not the official Web site of Vanessa Kilmer?

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  13. No, I'm pretty sure I can't Haiku. But yours was great.

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  14. Great photos and haiku, lots to think about there.
    Jade

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  15. Beautiful. I really loved this one...
    xo
    Zuzana

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  16. Ready for a poetry mag? This is such a traditional haiku, with seperate images on each line and nature themed. I love the photo, too!

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  17. very evocative. nicely done.

    thanks for stopping by my place.

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  18. Very profound and many layers of meaning.
    ...and soon to be covered with snow.

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  19. that is really extraordinary....very unique shot!

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  20. I thought this one packed even more than usual into the form.

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  21. Great photo and haiku to go along with it! A lady of many talents!

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