Poetry Friday, Week 36: Photo Poem
Poetry Friday is hosted this week by Carol at Beyond LiteracyLink.
Are you interested in a poetry challenge? The September #poetrypals challenge is the Definito, created by poet Heidi Mordhorst,
I wish I was better are responding to poetry opportunities and prompts. Today I found Margaret's photo prompt. A spider web. I love me a good spider web.
This afternoon as I was enjoying the deck, I looked up (Isn't always about looking up?). A spider web. Thus I found my Poetry Friday entry for this week.
vanish in the wind
©2022, jone rush macculloch
9/8/2022 07:56:56 pm
Your haiku is has beautiful word choice and voice, Jone. Would you like to add it to my Poetryliscious Padlet for the public to see?
9/9/2022 06:45:57 am
Me, too! I look up - and my words often vanish! And then I think: at least I have the beauty of what I looked at that remains. Thank you!
9/9/2022 08:07:30 am
Good advice, and happy you found what you didn't know you were looking for! Happy Friday, Jone!
9/9/2022 02:39:19 pm
oooooooh! Truth so big in a poem so small. Well done, Jone!
9/9/2022 09:11:20 pm
That is one powerful and succinct haiku, thanks Jone!
9/10/2022 04:16:55 am
Gorgeous photo AND haiku. Perfect marriage of words and image. Kudos!
9/10/2022 08:14:02 am
Love this! I took some pics of spiders' webs this week too. I'm always fascinated by them.
9/11/2022 07:13:34 am
What a perfect marriage of image and poem! You've captured so much in your well chosen words. Thanks, Jone!
9/13/2022 08:36:56 am
Isn't it always about looking up? Oh, yes. That in itself would make a lovely poetry prompt. Thanks for your wistful haiku, Jone.
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