you’re cozy at home
in my world of make-believe
reading books I wrote
You may or may not have noticed but beginning with yesterday's posts, I am responding to comments again (on my other blogs too.)
I make no promises.
Write a haiku based on the week’s theme.
“The basics: Haiku is simple! It is 3 non-rhyming lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively (a great way to use your fingers!)”
Nice imagery here. I had to read it twice to catch its full impact. D'uh!ReplyDelete
LOL. Lovely haiku... and it could become true :). Have a great week, Nessa.ReplyDelete
Nice! And yes, I am cozy at home, reding the blog post that you wrote.ReplyDelete
Nessa I hope my future has me at home reading one of your books as well! I know you'll get there!ReplyDelete
i like the last of make believe...and reading one of your books would be a treat!ReplyDelete
reading one's books will be cool,
Kiki: Thanks for liking my shameless self-aggrandizement.ReplyDelete
Cheryl: And that after I changed it several times
Rosidah AbidinI’m going to make it true.
Jennifer: The first step on my path.
Bloggin' with Amanda: I appreciate your wishes for me.
Brian Miller: I hope a tasty one.
Jingle: That’s very sweet of you.
Nice Haiku - I love to read cozy in the house.ReplyDelete
Well your shameless self-aggrandizement (whatever the hell that means) is perfect :)ReplyDelete
well, i wish your vision comes true :)ReplyDelete
Well I think that would be awesome. Hope it comes true!ReplyDelete
Sue: It may be my most favorite thing in the world.ReplyDelete
Thom: I have a big head.
Juliana: From your lips to the All-Mighty's ears.
Jenn: Thank-you for adding your energy to the idea. :)
What a beautiful image! That would be so nice, wouldn't it?ReplyDelete
We create layers of fiction, I think. And we crave it so.ReplyDelete
Someday we'll be reading your books - cozy at home. :)ReplyDelete
A little shameless self-aggrandizement is somewhat good for the soul!ReplyDelete
My Haiku Wednesday
I'll read it!ReplyDelete
Hi Nessa, I loved that! I've never tried my hand at Haiku, but maybe I will sometime....now thanks to you!ReplyDelete
Someday I will read your books.
That was a great haiku. I love to be cosy at home reading a book! Won't be happening today...... I have my granddaughters!ReplyDelete
Nuts in May
So so beautiful Haiku,ReplyDelete
do stop by someone is special to my Senational Haiku Wednesday..
--Someone Is Special--
Mumsy: I think so and I am hoping other s will tooReplyDelete
Sandy Carlson: I know I’m addicted.
Rochelle: Thanks for your vote of confidence. It is much appreciated.
Magical Mystical Teacher: That’s good to know because my middle-class upbringing makes me feel guilty about it.
Alice Audrey: Oh, thank-you!
BECKY: Every Wednesday is a haiku Holiday.
Eden: I look forward to it.
Maggie May: They do take precedence.
Someone Is Special: thank-you and will do.
A medicine haiku for writers.ReplyDelete
colleen: I like that. it makes me think of a medicine pouch.ReplyDelete
I see our haiku(s) had the same topic, though not the same focus.ReplyDelete
And I have learned not to expect anything from you but the unexpected. That's why I keep coming back!
quilly: We are going to get tunnel vision.ReplyDelete
I hope to read one of your books, especially one with your art and photography.ReplyDelete
Nara Malone: I have you on my reading list (for which I never have enough time.)ReplyDelete