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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

first light haiku



me, at the window
the crow, high in the oak tree
morning sentinels 

14 comments:

  1. what a lovely photo, the light is wonderful!

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    1. Thanks, Juliet. One of the good things about winter is being able to see the sun rise every morning. This shot is facing east, and that dark bank of clouds is over the shore.

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    1. Thanks! I enjoy taking early morning shots. This scene is what I see from my breakfast chair.

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  3. lovely and soothing image
    as are the words
    a feeling of being in the moment
    perhaps that is the gift of this sort of poetry

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  4. Thanks! Yes, you are right about these called poems, called haiku. Most are written in response to what a person sees, or feels at a particular moment.

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  5. __ So well seen Sandy; "nature's clocks." Best Holiday wishes to you and yours, and all_!

    a crow
    cites this mornings arrival
    time tree

    _m

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  6. Merry Christmas Sandy and happy holidays
    Best wishes for 2017
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  7. Stunning photo and beautiful haiku Sandy. So glad I stopped in.

    Have a wonderful 2017, take care and hugs to you, G

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  8. Stunning photo and beautiful haiku Sandy. So glad I stopped in.

    Have a wonderful 2017, take care and hugs to you, G

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  9. I love your photo. Winter presents its own special light and colors. This morning crows were in my pine tree - I keep waiting, not wanting, for them to come down into my garden.

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  10. this is so pretty and thought provoking.

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  11. I also find this so thought provoking... Well chosen words for a nicely captured moment.

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    1. Petra, you ought to give haiku a try.

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