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heavy black storm clouds
knifing rain from ripping winds
Thank-you everyone for all of your wonderful comments and birthday wishes on Nicholas' post.
He had a great time.
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!)”
Excellent. Well said and done. Always respect our waters :)ReplyDelete
Trivial humans indeed...ReplyDelete
Have a lovely Wednesday;)
So beautiful and full of awareness :) Great job!ReplyDelete
Those two words "knifing rain" rip right into me!ReplyDelete
With All Due Respect
ha. love the last line...in the grand scheme of things, yes...ReplyDelete
Creative and true. We can't match Mother Nature.ReplyDelete
Hi Nessa..beautiful, deep and stirring...love it!ReplyDelete
Trivial humans indeed.ReplyDelete
We ARE trivial... so trivial... and yet... SO blessed!ReplyDelete
this is my first time to hear about it. haiku must be very exciting and creative.ReplyDelete
nice one dear! have a great day!
Very Nice Nessa.ReplyDelete
This trivial human is praying for rain!
Sounds like Portland...ReplyDelete
Perfect. The words seem like they are meant to be together.ReplyDelete
awesome shot, love the contrasty look Nessa. We have to respect the weather so powerful......ReplyDelete
Love this one!! :)ReplyDelete
Wow, great and very true haiku.ReplyDelete
what a powerful and insightful haiku! well done!ReplyDelete
Indeed, we are trivial when it comes to the forces of nature! Well done Nessa!!ReplyDelete
very smart take,ReplyDelete
We are more trivial than we want to admit!ReplyDelete