escaped balloons climb
sometimes miles before they drift–
several shades of free
congrats on completing the marathon. Nicely done. I have enjoyed reading yours..
Hey, Dropout–I love reading anything you write–maybe try again in April? I actually find the writing of them is not difficult–it is reading all of those wonderful haiku inspired by the prompt that is the time-consuming part…but I love it!
I love using the prompts as inpiration too. I just found myself getting too silly.. I know hard to believe
🙂 it happens. I got punchy in the middle–have a lot of reading to do on the days I missed reading.
Freedom is a great thing to have !!!
It sure is–congrats on finishing the marathon!
Several shades of free. I quite like that. Well done, Susan.
George, thanks so very much!
“several shades of free” I like that too. Thanks for all your good writes this month – its been a pleasure reading them.
Elle–thank you! I now have about 5 days of haiku reading to catch up on everyone else’s wonderful haiku before the next Heights 😉
Well done on completing, a party with balloons is well deserved.
Thank you! I have some catching up to do, but congrats to you too!
Delicious air up here!
Why, thank you!
Great haiku, very nice written and very joyful … balloons what a party … really it’s wortth a party when you succeeded the September Heights challenge. Thank you for all the wonderful verses you have shared with us.
I hope to read more haiku written by you Susan. Please visit: http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.nl/ my new daily haiku meme starts next Monday October 1st.
It has been a pleasure reading yours, too (though I have some serious catching up to do, so I can spread the haiku joy out a little into this month–yay). Wow–I shall see if I can keep this up, it certainly has been fun!
How very lovely and apt. Balloons to celebrate and the exhilaration of freedom. beautifully done, my friend. 🙂
Aw, thanks, Celestine! Should we have some champagne?
“Several shades of free”…and here’s another: We’re free from trying to write to a daily prompt…at least for a while! It’s been a pleasure reading your work, and thank you for stopping by my blog.
Oh, thank you, Mark! I have also enjoyed reading your work too–the pleasure is mutual.
Susan, I love that last line. Just a great image.
Thank you, Richard!
‘Several shades of free’ – absolutely love that 🙂
“Several shades of free”–very nice! And I am so impressed you’ve been able to write a haiku a day AND your other poems! Well done, Susan!
Aw, thanks, Karin–and so enjoyed reading your haiku all month!
This is such a joyful and appropriate final haiku/haiga. A party to celebrate completing the challenge! I’ve enjoyed reading your poems and your encourabing words. Hope to see more of your poetry!
oh, likewise, Barbara–this has been a lot of fun! Congrats on finishing…
“Several shades of free”….Awesome line Susan….Beautiful haiku!
Balloons truly symbolize freedom!
Peace in prison
Nice. And imagine a cloud-rider, awash in a place of cloud-riders. How different a perspective. 🙂
what a beautiful thing!
This is delightful and uplifting. I love it, especially the several shades of free. I’ve enjoyed reading your haiku and comments on mine during our little adventure. Thank you.
Thank you, Patti–and it has been a great month for all of us–loved your haiku too!
Again a superb haiku for a beautiful image, Susan.
It’s been a great month, indeed. I have learnt a lot about haiku reading yours and others’
A pleasure sharing your words.
Hope freedom is more than “shades” in the future.
A hug and thanks.
colorful freedom… 🙂
Was under the clutches of Viral fever and I scribbled the last haiku within minutes ( I know its very very bad)I just wanted to complete this challenge …
Many thanks for being a part of this amazing journey of HAIKU SEPTEMBER HEIGHTS…being a novice I tried to put in my best but I know at some or the other point I missed to hit the bull’s eye and still all of you all inspired me a lot either by peeping into my space or liking my posts and of course your ever encouraging comments made me feel on the top of the world…Loads of special thanks to each one of you…September had been very exciting and a learning month for me…I know I need to improvise a lot and I shall try to do that for sure …Thanks a lot once again…keep visiting and keep spilling your beans ..bouquets or brickbats all of them are accepted whole heartedly…
Hey–my pleasure to read yours!!!!
I think I would like to emulate the escaped balloons! 🙂
me too 😉
funny you should mention the time-consuming part I have just caught up with this write
It definitely is a time-suck, but fun!
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