NaHaiWriMo Day 6

About T A Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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14 Responses to NaHaiWriMo Day 6

  1. Thomas Davis says:

    The poem is wonderfully imagistic while being, at the same time, serendipitous.

  2. Irene says:

    Gorgeous blue image and I noticed, you have lots of branches. It’s true that haiku is tightly woven. The quilt is a surprise.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Happy to see you here. I’ve been so busy I am just now catching up on reading January posts. I’ll be around to your neck of the woods soon.

      I like looking up through the tree limbs no matter what time of the year it is. It’s an interesting perspective on the seasons and the sky.

  3. sandy says:

    Wonderful! My favorite color, too!

  4. slpmartin says:

    What a lovely way to view the scene.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      This one was one of those instances where you search and search for just the right image. I was so relieved when it finally came to me. Glad you like it and that I could share it with you.

  5. Raven says:

    I love your Haiku. They appear to be of the old tradition. That is the sort of Haiku that I love.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      I’m so glad you like them. I prefer the older haiku, but there are many modern I like as well. I guess my tastes are based on how well I understand the poem and how beautifully it’s constructed. I just want to write better, no matter what I’m writing. I think haiku are excellent practice for writing tightly woven images and meanings. Glad you came by and your journey was safe.

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