Friday, December 3, 2010

Haiku My Heart: Seaward




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having launched balloons
skyward, she shifts her gaze
seaward to the storm



16 comments:

Bagman and Butler said...

Your high standard of excellence in word-image combinations. I always enjoy visiting your blog because...well, because there is always a high level of quality here.

Jeannie said...

Holy Smokes! It's Friday!

Beautiful haiku - a short story in so few words!

Boonie S said...

A fascinating presentation. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie

morememes said...

Mirrored in water and sky....
Trails of balloons and cold mystery.
You managed a virgin in there. I'm impressed.

jo©o said...

B.T.W. will you be visiting Nanka?
If you do, could you tell her I cannot make her comment box work, even though everybody else manages to. Please tell her I like her haiku posts very much.

rebecca said...

i LOVE this!!!

fantastic visual treat...and a story in so few words....


love the blue theme we have managed with out even trying.

Leslie said...

Love your image, and the way your haiku tells a story...

tami said...

lovely, lovely, haunting image. And Haiku!

Ramesh Sood said...

This is good one.. A good imagery...

steven said...

such a wickedgood image. it could send a thousand words skywards let alone balloons. steven

turquoise cro said...

WOW!!! is that lightning!!! A Beauty Full Photo!!

Terena said...

this is without a doubt one of the most lovely poems I've ever read... really. and the image is gorgeous

Nanka said...

Thank you Meri for Joco's comment, I greatly appreciate it!!

This image is so beautiful and befits the Haiku!!

Looks like it is the lull before the storm and she stands secure and confident.

The heavenward offering of the balloons must have instilled the confidence in her.

Kathryn Magendie said...

oh so very lovely . . .

ms npie said...

i can smell the sea and unable to help myself search the horizon for balloons... the ku tells a tale.. wanting more...

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Confronting the storm is not always easy...

Blessed One, Haiku My Heart!