Friday, September 17, 2010

Haiku My Heart: Beach Grass


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beach grass reaches up
as if to stroke the sky's face
gentlewoman's touch      


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17 comments:

Bonnie said...

Tender AND seductive!

rebecca said...

lovely....in vision and word.


(and yes. i understand that you would be swept away in the most profound beauty of love...)

sadly the word "not" is only one syllable! the word completely, which i LOVE is just too big a mouthful for haiku.

Noelle Renee said...

Beautiful Haiku, Meri. The relationship between Earth and Sky is very much like a courtship I think. A lovely idea and a beautiful picture.
Noelle

joco said...

Ah, yes, we are left with grasses now. Small mercies.
I want to walk down that sand track and see what's further down.

deb did it said...

oh how much do I love this...

Spadoman said...

Gentle woman indeed. Mother Earth grows that grass, and it does seem to be touching the sky and tickling that large outcropping. I think I've been to this place, or one like it. Beautiful.

Peace.

EG Wow said...

Very lovely, Meri. I like the idea of the beach grass touching the sky gently.

Scarlet Ily said...

What a morning lift. Thank you!! :)

Eryl said...

Lovely imagery. I love beach grass, and skys.

Riette said...

Very gentle and indeed like a relationship and very sensual. I love the image

Boonie S said...

Amazing picture. Lovely haiku. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie

paper-n-soul said...

Beautiful, inviting imagery and verse. A place of peace, where the grass gently tickles the sky.

Lovely.
~Deb

Marilyn said...

Very beautiful photo and words.
Thank you also for the lovely haiku you left on my blog. Just wonderful.

tami said...

oh, what a lovely image and thought. sroke the sky's face.

beautiful!

ms pie said...

the sand the sea and grass... i can smell the ocean's salty breath... beautiful...

Leo said...

quite beautiful, Meri :) tender! nice image too :)

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Limar said...

Beautiful haiku, and a lovely picture :)