The blog of Vanessa Victoria Kilmer - author
Coldest winter daysMelted into spring beautySpringtastic joy now! I love haikus!
Are there dragons in the moat? I'm looking at the photo and I think I see one.
Wow, what an amazing sky!Lovely words as well.;)xoZuzana
To dream of castlesSkies open up light shines throughYou inspire usWell done :)
nice. we weere just picking out things in the clouds ont eh way home last night...
PERFECT! It says it all in one, delicious stanza! Wish I could do the same. You are so wonderful at these!
What a dramatic shot! It suits your haiku very well. I love it.
Great combination of photo and haiku and you've just given me an idea of a 5min filler activity for Brownies tonight - 'what can you see in the clouds' inspriration strikes at the strangest time, just need to find some photos of clouds now.Have a lovely day,Jade
I like your personal play machine, Nessa!My Dreamy Haiku is here
Ooo, pretty. Yeah, I could get some castles out of that. Maybe a complete story.
What a great prompt and you just rock your haiku again! I never thought of imagination as our play machine... WOW...awesome!Happy Wednesday!hugsshakiraRandom DozenSpring GiveawaysMy Grandnephew Dreams in HaikuJoyful Signs
love it you are right on target here
Very well done!! Love the picture - perfect match :D
I love haiku. Nicely done.
Yes, I love haiku, too. Today's was especially nice. Liked the photo.
You have out done yourself Nessa! The photo is awesome and sets the tone for you Haiku beautifully and the Haiku is just lovely!
no matter what some people say, castles in the sky are a good thing as long as the feet remain on the ground most of the time.beautiful photo and fitting haiku.
oh, and i like thom's too - from what i remember he's never written anything as close to the 'real' haiku as this
Super beautiful!! Lovely! Hope you are having a sparkly day!Kiki~
Love the photo and the haiku - especially together!
what beautiful Haiku!you are amazing writer,nice to read you today!cheers,;)
I don't know much about Haiku, but I enjoyed both your haiku and the photo.
Ahhh... what would we DO without it? Nice, Nessa!
Hi-I don't know if you know me long enough to know I used to write a lot of poetry on my blogs? And I teach it... Anyway, all that to say, I adore this haiku! "personal play machine"- "castle in the sky"- You nailed imagination beautifully!
brilliant haiku! your mind as your playground... yes, you can build castles there.
mmm very cool!
Great Haiku! I believe your mind truly is your playground!
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