Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Haiku To You Too

Time once more for Mama Kat's Writer's Challenge.

Being short of time and long of tooth, I choose to persue
3.) Write a Haiku that describes what you love about an ordinary day.
(inspired by Jade from Now that I’m no longer 25…)
as my topic of choice.

The Ordinary Day Haikus

Morning comes upon us
Life renews again
A gift from the sun

Snow atop
Rain below
The mountain reigns

Hot dry itchy wind
Cold wet soothing stream
Balance is inherent


  1. I love short and sweet and that was just that!!

  2. Wow. That was actually really beautiful. Like something out of a book!

  3. This is lovely, great job. I love mixing photos with haikus too. What gorgeous photos you have here. I love mountains, thre really is so much beauty in an ordinary day.

    PS Thanks for the link!

  4. Those were good Dan..much better than mine :)

  5. Great job! Did you take the pics yourself? I wanna go to the last one!

  6. Wow - you're fantastic at these - and the pictures are gorgeous. Well done :)

  7. Fantastic! That mountain/lake scene looks familiar. I think I've been there!

  8. Your Haikus are wonderful. I love the last line "Balance is inherent" and the picture with it is perfection. You've inspired me to write these again. The complexity and simplicity of them is striking - balanced!

  9. You know what... I'm really impressed. You did a beautiful job! Great pictures as well :)

  10. You're a poet! Really.... great pictures, and great choice of words to compliment. Thanks for giving my eyes something beautiful to look at!

  11. Very nice haikus, and great pictures! Breathtaking!

  12. Great job Dan! You've got a talent for haikus. Love the pictures too.

  13. Not only do I LOVE the haikus, I ADORE the pictures.

  14. I'm not sure I've seen one of these from you before. Beautiful and the photos are so lovely!

  15. Good choice, you did wonderful work on the haikus.

  16. Yep, those are the ordinary days. Except for the sun around here. At 3pm, I had to have the lights on inside because there is so little light outside.


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