For Ku On This Prompt #004–2013

April 6: Rehearsal

April 6: Rehearsal (Photo credit: sarahbest)

his ink brush
patterns into night–
Northern moon

In response to a masterful image found here:
A 19 PLANETS ART BLOG 2010/2013

About T A Hillin-Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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12 Responses to For Ku On This Prompt #004–2013

  1. brian miller says:

    the night is when i find myself most creative as well…nice turn in that last line…

  2. Deborah says:

    always always a joy reading your blog! Sincerely Debbie

  3. aloha Yousei Hime – way fun. bwahahahaha – i have to laugh because i too work way into the night. and often accompany the moon. thank you for playing Poetic Rabbit, play any time. aloha.

  4. Luke Prater says:

    Boy you really kicked me in the guts with your third line. Perfect. Second line is lovely but your cut is so well-judged. It’s nice to read a real haiku : )

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Not sure how cold fronts are referenced in your “neck of the woods” but in south Texas they are often referred to as “Northerns.” Really cold ones are titled “Blue Northerns.” We haven’t had one yet this winter, but I was in the mood for one (thus the poem). Thank you for the comment (always appreciate your observations). Keep up the posting.

    Simply “wonderful”.
    I can see painting brush in action
    the painting
    your words.
    Love this, Poetic Rabbit. Truly do.

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