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I almost didn't post this week. Sometimes I take July off from blogging. This little haiku has bee rumbling in my head since the photo last Sunday. I am in love with this sky and sunset. So many textures.
7/9/2021 08:43:47 am
7/9/2021 08:34:31 am
That is a brilliant, gorgeous, inspired pairing. WOW!
7/9/2021 08:43:06 am
7/9/2021 10:41:08 am
I noticed that photo earlier in the week, so interesting. Your poem is perfect with it... we've had storms this week too. The clouds and their textures are fascinating. Thanks for sharing this, I'm happy you did.
7/9/2021 05:44:23 pm
I loved your photos on Instagram and this haiku is a perfect match. Sky dandelion!
7/10/2021 03:38:53 am
What a wonderful capture - photo and words. I have never considered them a dandelion before - but of course they are!
7/10/2021 10:01:13 am
What a treat, Jone, and so clever to liken fireworks to a dandelion. I love this!.
7/10/2021 10:01:16 am
Jone, I'm glad you came in July to share this beautiful gem with us--the photo and haiku. The haiku tells a lovely story too. wish maker, indeed!
7/10/2021 11:12:24 pm
Magical poem and image before the storm, and beautiful contrast with the paynes gray sky, golden yellow glows, and burnt-orange sunset, thanks Jone!
7/11/2021 03:42:42 pm
Oh my, Jone, both your photo and poem are beautiful; they're perfectly paired together! I understand why the haiku has been "rumbling in your head"-inspiration. I love the metaphor, sky dandelion. I agree about the colors, textures, and layers in the sky. I love watching the sky, also. Thank you for sharing beauty.
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