we can, with patience
render out the possible
Yay! Tomorrow’s prompt looks easier.
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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Very well said
THanks, Celestine. I SO did not like today’s prompt. Render…all I can think of is rendering fat 😉 Tough one.
My mind is blank over here and I can’t think of any words yet
I know…I kept writing “render—fat…render–fat”
Me too…will have to think of something else !
Siggi in Downeast Maine
If this is what you do with the prompt you don’t like… i don’t hav to be surprised as to what you’ll come up with tomorrow!!! 😉
Mystery monk renders golden thanks!
Hee hee–I like tomorrow’s!
Motivating lines !!!
GS–thank you! Perhaps I have been watching too many conventions lately 😉
oh, thank you!
That would be very nice–both the patience and the possibility of rendering something useful!
🙂 thanks, Susan!
well done on a tough word… sigh..how many days left haa
LOL, I know! At least tomorrow’s word is better. Sheesh.
what is it?
my lip gloss is cool
my lip gloss is popping
that is all I can think about with this word.. that damn song
Hee, hee–I automatically thought of lip gloss too!
You are right and so we can. Loved your haiku today 🙂
Good one. Susan, I don’t your location, but this is especially appropriate right now where I am.
Where are you? I am in Western New York, practically Canada. And thank you!
Nice rendered 🙂
had me thinking about science fiction becoming fact…..
thanks 😉 the topic almost rendered me speechless.
Thats a nice thot out frm the prompt…
Thank you so much!
very nice and I am thinking about Sherlock Holmes famous quote, ‘which then must be true’
Well said! How did you know tomorrow’s prompt?
It is on a list on HH 😉
If only we stood our grounds long enough we could accomplish things easy! Nicely written Susan!
Thank you–and yes, we could!
Good one susan… thank you for lifting my spirits…
Thank you, Tarun!
This prompt rendered my blank 🙂
Tough word to work with and I like how you created a thoughtful verse.
🙂 thanks–so glad today’s prompt is nicer! Really nice haiku on your blog this morning.
Thank you Susan! I rendered many pieces or recycled paper with this one 🙂 Yes I am old school and scribble on dead trees
Hey–I do both. I find there is more energy in my poetry when it is scribbled on paper, first, for some reason.
Guess the attempt tired you out and you fell aseep. 😀 Else usually you’re one of the first on bloghops after you link in 😉 Well rendered though.
Aw–thanks, Leo. 😉
Yes, this attempt fried my brain to a crisp.
Do come by mine once you are well rested 😉 I’m in catch-up mode on this prompt 😀 This month is tiring as a host.. I get 50 haiku to read in one day, than spread over a week.. but it’s exhilarating and fun. 😉
I most definitely will–lagging behind as I am working on a project today–tomorrow will be my catch up day 😉
“Render” is not a word I think of as conducive to good haiku. However, I think you’ve used it well!
Aw, thank you Mark!