A Haiku Each Day

Sixty-two hundred and five Syllables a year.

Sound

Rocky autumn beach
Pebbles rattle with each wave
The sea greets the sea.

For One Stop Poetry Wednesday

 

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14 Comments»

  Mary wrote @

A vivid image here!

  brian wrote @

rocks rattle…very nice use of sound…i can hear the sea…nice one shot!

  dustus wrote @

rattling pebbles… Nice! Your haiku evokes a vivid overall image.

  gospelwriter wrote @

“sea greets the sea” – I hadn’t thought of it that way, but it exactly describes tide action at a certain rocky beach I like to walk on. Lovely haiku!

  Eric wrote @

I liked the aliteration of “pebbles rattle” – nice One Shot haiku!

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  Abigail Parker wrote @

Thank you all so much! 🙂 I like to stand on the jetty listening to the tide changing whenever I’m at that beach.

  echostains wrote @

I like the colours on this rocky autumn beach:)
Thanks for contributing to my Mona Lisa Poetry Challenge – its a appreciated Abigail!
http://bookstains.wordpress.com/2010/09/26/poetry-challenge-mona-lisas-smile/

  moondustwriter wrote @

I love “the sea greets the sea”
My mind explodes with images of life and color and…

Thank you for sharing your haiku with One Shot Wed – glad to have you here
glad we are getting some haiku in the group – I hope to learn more…

Moon smiles and welcome

  Abigail Parker wrote @

I’m thrilled that so many of you enjoy this haiku! And you’re all on my blogroll now, I enjoy reading your work too 🙂

  echostains wrote @

Thanks Abigail – I’ve added you to mine:)

  Steve Isaak wrote @

Love the end-line on this; masterful use of the haiku form.

  Abigail Parker wrote @

Thank you so much! The image just came into my head…the muse is fickle but sometimes she really comes through 🙂

  shewriting wrote @

I like the line “the sea greets the sea” too. It reminds me of the ebb and flow of the tides, coming in and out almost simultaneously, thus, meeting itself coming and going…Great work!

  Abigail Parker wrote @

Thanks so much! I love watching the tide meeting itself like that…


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