haiku heights prompt: paper boat

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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49 Responses to haiku heights prompt: paper boat

  1. What a lovely write Susan!

    • Audrey–thank you! Sometimes I dislike writing prompts, because they are challenging. Other times, I am grateful for them, because they generate something unique that I like that I would never have thought of spontaneously.

  2. claudia says:

    oh nice…love the whole idea in it…what a tender message…

  3. George Ellington says:

    This is just so sweet, especially tied to the new banner and background image. I can almost feel the water running over my hands, watching the boat floating downstream.

  4. Bruce Ruston says:

    really liking the idea of this

  5. brudberg says:

    Very nice Susan 😉

  6. Creative idea with beautiful thoughts…..Lovely haiku!

  7. Kathy Donlan says:

    I love this idea. So romantic.

  8. Green Speck says:

    This was filled with so much love !!!

  9. poetrydiary says:

    Lovely use of the prompt, wonderful.

  10. Barbara says:

    Exquisite, Susan! You’ve done it again!

  11. doncarroll says:

    definitely like this here !!

  12. Seb says:

    Ah! You are so good at this!

  13. elleceef says:

    So lovely and romantic, I love it.

  14. odyzz says:

    innocent and romantic…aww!! beautiful.. 🙂

  15. Pranita says:

    I love the concept of making a paperboat out of a love letter! Coincidentally my haiku is on similar lines 🙂

    My paperboat, sails in your heart!

  16. So romantic!, feelings floating with the paper boat.
    I especially like how you have played with letter F: fold, feelings, float, fragile …sounds like a breeze pushing your paper boat.

  17. Jolly says:

    What a wonderfully tender and romantic haiku. There is something ethereal about it.

  18. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I’m sure the recipient appreciates your carefully folded messages…

    Paper Boat

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