Haiku heights: lights

past time for fireflies
i stir the campfire, bright sparks
flashing memories

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About Susan L Daniels

I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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36 Responses to Haiku heights: lights

  1. Very sweet. Evocative. Sometimes that is all I need. A moment of peace. And memory.

  2. A wonderful image you’ve painted here with your words. I love the scenery of the campfire.

  3. Barbara says:

    Beautiful how you evokes early summer AND late summer at the same time!!

  4. poetrydiary says:

    This creates a whole scene and sense of place, and I am 20 years younger, reading this.

  5. elleceef says:

    Enjoyed your haiku so much. It brings back many wonderful memories of camp fires in the past.

  6. Dewey Dirks says:

    Another nicely written Susan

  7. kaykuala says:

    Fireflies and bright sparks are mesmerizing! Nicely Susan!

    Hank

  8. Jolly says:

    Beautiful word association here. I was almost transported !!!

  9. Green Speck says:

    Fireflies are really beautiful !!!

  10. dulcinaandgnome says:

    Evocative, fireflies should be always in our lives…
    Very beautiful!

  11. Wonderful and evocative Haiku

  12. love the themes and amazing haiku.

  13. Patti says:

    Fireflies and campfires take me back to carefree summer nights. Lovely, Susan.

  14. nelle says:

    Some bright, some burning out. May the good ones always glow.

  15. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    To my imagination, those stirred sparks rise like fireflies on a June evening…

    Three Lights

  16. poets rally says:

    your words shine.
    superb talent.

    check us out, welcome contributing a random poetry or a haiku.

  17. Rhonda says:

    Yes! Those sparks are like fireflies. I love both, but never connected the image. Thanks Susan, so good!

  18. wordcoaster says:

    Four lights in this haiku–no darkness here. Really enjoyed this one :)

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