past time for fireflies
i stir the campfire, bright sparks
Very sweet. Evocative. Sometimes that is all I need. A moment of peace. And memory.
thanks, George–me too.
A wonderful image you’ve painted here with your words. I love the scenery of the campfire.
Oh, thank you. I just love my sparks–from campfires or fireflies 😉
Beautiful how you evokes early summer AND late summer at the same time!!
Oh, thank you, Barbara!
This creates a whole scene and sense of place, and I am 20 years younger, reading this.
Matthew–thanks so much!
Enjoyed your haiku so much. It brings back many wonderful memories of camp fires in the past.
Oh, thanks so very much!
Another nicely written Susan
Dewey, thanking you!
Fireflies and bright sparks are mesmerizing! Nicely Susan!
Beautiful word association here. I was almost transported !!!
Jolly, thank you!
Fireflies are really beautiful !!!
Thanks, GS–my favorites!
Evocative, fireflies should be always in our lives…
Oh thank you! I wish they were…such a fleeting summer nighttime beauty they have.
Wonderful and evocative Haiku
love the themes and amazing haiku.
oh, Sasha, thank you!
Fireflies and campfires take me back to carefree summer nights. Lovely, Susan.
Thanks, patti. I am just now thinking about toasted marshmallows/s’mores, lol.
Some bright, some burning out. May the good ones always glow.
Nelle–as usual, love your comments–they always add depth.
To my imagination, those stirred sparks rise like fireflies on a June evening…
Yes, they do!
your words shine.
check us out, welcome contributing a random poetry or a haiku.
Oh, my goodness, thank you! I will check you out right now 🙂
Yes! Those sparks are like fireflies. I love both, but never connected the image. Thanks Susan, so good!
Oh, Rhonda–thank you! I am all about those sparks 😉
Four lights in this haiku–no darkness here. Really enjoyed this one 🙂
Thanks so much for commenting 😉
Nice to “meet” you.
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