sky mirrors water
tonight, I will shatter stars
with just one small stone
Thank you, Kelli.
fantastic haiku. Really nailed it
Thank you! I meant to put it in drafts–it is out before the link is 😀
a little sneak peak
Yes–I am not putting it back in drafts now, too lazy…
Mmmmmm. Cool to ripple the reflection.
Gorgeous haiku, Susan 🙂 Right on the dot.
🙂 thanks, Leo! Loved the prompt…
Obviously 😉 YOU suggested it. 😛
LOL, I know! Thanks for using it… Shame on me for not thanking you first…
Beautifully creative. Great image.You have captured the essence of a haiku.
Thank you so much!
This Haiku is a real beauty! Lovely thought… Enjoyed it a lot! 🙂
Behold! My Stars Shine.
Thank you, Pranita–going to check yours out now!
LOVED your haiku! Beautiful imagery, Susan! Thanks for the excellent prompt. 🙂
Thank you Vaishali!
Lovely imagination !!!
Lovely haiku, I specially like the last line ~
Thank you Grace 🙂
Great work. Very (heh heh heh) reflective
I can see all of them getting splattered.. beautiful ..among the best for the imagery i have read or written for a long time.. well done.. Thanks..!!!
Oh my, Ramesh–thanks!
such a dreamy feel to your lovely words…..
Perfect imagery! A Van Gogh in language !
Thank you, Deb! Can I keep my ear though? 🙂
Amazing imagery 🙂
Thanks, hon 🙂
Thank you for the prompt, a magical one! I love the image you created with your haiku, except for the word “shatter.” But maybe that’s the meaning you intended? Like shattered dreams? 🙂
🙂 I meant one stone could break a reflection into fragments–shatter 🙂
Yes, I see what you mean. It’s a very vivid image. I was interpreting a deeper meaning in “shatter.” Sometimes everyone reads something different into a haiku beyond the literal meaning. Good thing about a reflection is that the stars stil remain intact and beautiful, like a dream renewed. Thanks for sharing–thought provoking 🙂
Thanks Lorena 🙂
really good work! 😀
And what a great deluge there will be. Lovely haiku
Thank you Celestine!
a colossal expression! awe and awe!
*takes a bow*
Wow–thanks so much!
Stunning imagery. Absolutely beautiful.
Thanks so much, Gretchen 🙂
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