Haiku My Heart: Crane

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sparks in dusky sky
cranes' black-tipped wings fan embers
luna's fire erupts


is that your artwork meri? it is beautiful!
Kim Mailhot said…
So beautiful ! I think you need to do a book of haikus, Meri ! ;)
Happy Friday !
Anonymous said…
Beautiful! And so perfect with the full moon tonight.
Leslie said…
Oh, what lovely images your haiku conjures! I love "sparks in dusky sky" and "luna's fire erupts."

Lovely art, too. I can't tell the medium you chose to work in, from the computer image. Is it pastels? The background is especially nice.
rebecca said…
truly gorgeous.
each delicious word....
Anonymous said…
Such accomplished work.
Both words and collage.
Sister crane,
on your long journey
sing firesongs.

Haiku My Heart…with Comfort
Marilyn & Jeff said…
Beautiful words to go with the art. Both so very lovely.
Ramesh Sood said…
Awesome.. Hailus give us such a wonderful opportunity to express in few words..
Anonymous said…
Stunning picture. Great post. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie
Spadoman said…
I love this. Both the painting and the haiku. The painting .. I just love it. I have seen the crane migration near Valentine, Nebraska several times. They are awesome creatures. Your haiku is wonderful, suggestion the connection between the winged and the heavens. Great!

This is simply stunning. Your painting is almost Asian in its quality and line and then it breaks out in stained glass song. It is utterly fantastic, really! I am reminded of the Crane dance festival upcoming in Albuquerque, which I will sadly miss because it is in November.I am still here in the southwest and coming home tomorrow. Beautiful, poetic haiku--deep, Autumnal imagery.
Relyn Lawson said…
Did you make this?? It is just incredible. INCREDIBLE!
ellen abbott said…
Oh Meri. I don't know why I have not added you to my read list long ago. No excuse.
turquoise cro said…
Wish I could see this in my sky in WV!!!The crows would be soOOOOo envious! hehe

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