resolve nature haiku poem

grey stones and gravel
hot, beating sun and dry wind
soft yellow survives


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a haiku poem based on prompt #27 at one single impression


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34 comments:

  1. .."soft yellow survives"_there's great resolve in softness.thanks for sharing this..

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  2. and thank you for visiting, zoya. :)

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  3. the image the immediately lept to mind is a yellow dandelion pushing up through the stones!

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  4. indeed. :D thanks for visiting, sue. :)

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  5. I've been enjoying your all of your haiku here! I want to wish you all the best in your upcoming bar exams. It will be grueling, no doubt. Take some of this soft yellow resolve along with you!

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  6. thanks for the kind words, barbs. :)

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  7. Captures the strength and the gentleness - very nice!

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  8. thanks for the kind words, deborah. :)

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  9. An important point here - that the pliable survives best.

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  10. so true. reminds me of the job market. in this day and age, it's those who are able to adapt the quickest to conditions, who thrive. thanks for the comment, anthonynorth. :)

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  11. Determination and strength come in many forms. Well done. I see from Barb's comment that you are about to take the Bar Exam. Good luck.

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  12. thanks for the kind words, raven. :) and thanks for visiting.

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  13. thanks for the kind words, leatherdykeuk. :)

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  14. I really like how you used the change in texture in the first and third lines of the haiku. Very effective.

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  15. thank you for the kind words, pam. :)

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  16. I enjoyed that. Makes me think of the effects of sunlight on stone and how it softens these objects.

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  17. true... didn't think of that... but sometimes the way sunlight strikes objects does make them seem warmer, smoothing out the rough and sharp edges. thanks for the comment, sandycarlson. :)

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  18. I can see this! Your words create an image in my mind.

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  19. i'm glad. :) thanks for visiting, me ann my camera. :)

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  20. In Delhi's heat, I totally relate with this!

    Ruing

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  21. thankfully, it isn't as hot over here anymore. :) thanks for dropping by, gautami. :)

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  22. I love that 'soft yellow survives' line. Just great!

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  23. This is nice, but then as read down the page, all of your poems are.

    I like your new look, too.

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  24. am glad you liked it, teric. :)

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  25. Excellent use of the prompt! Very vivid and visual haiku!

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  26. thanks for the kind words, tumblewords. :)

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  27. I concur this was an excellent interpretation.

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  28. thank you for the kind words, quiet paths. :)

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  29. soft yellow.. a striking contrast.. haiku is from heaven...

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  30. thank you for the kind words, one more believer.

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  31. If you have half as much talent taking tests as you do in crafting haiku, the bar will be a piece of cake!

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  32. that's kind of you to say, karen. :)

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