from the skies to the oceans
you have all my heart
wondering what is hidden
beyond treasures and despair
it’s time for tanka tuesday, our own choice of words, for today i’ve chosen heart and despair.
i took this photo last week, the sky was so blue, no clouds around. i was waiting outdoors for my son to give me a ride and i was wondering what is beyond all this blue. not about the universe, planets, atmosphere and stuff, but about the mystery, the magic, what is there that we can’t see?
i wasn’t sure if it is appropriate to make a haiga using a tanka, instead a haiku, but i had more words and it wouldn’t fit as haiku, they needed to be written.
hope you have a great day!
whistling the good news
bouncing high from branch to branch
the dreams are dawning
sharing with tanka tuesday – spring and sing, synonyms only! i used bouncing and whistling in a haiga!
Good morning! It’s another Tuesday, time for some poetry. It’s raining, but not normal rain, it’s ice rain. The school buses have been canceled, but I need to go to work. Waiting a little bit, not sure if it will get worse or better, but now I want to enjoy a cup of coffee and poetry before venturing out into the wild weather.
Today’s words are Meaning and Passion, but synonyms! Of course, I’ve chosen Haiga again!
The sense of bare trees
Listening and whispering
Warmth of my being
Have a lovely day!
Colleen has added another form of poetry to the challenge, Haiga! A combination of poetry and image. I love it because I can incorporate 2 of my favorite forms of creative together: photography and poetry.
Haiga is sometimes called observational poetry because it contains an image with either a haiku or senryu written on it or near it.Colleen Chesebro
Being the first Tuesday of the month, we get to choose our own words for the challenge, I’ve chosen Earth and Soul.
Flakes kissing the Earth
A moment to be treasured
Softness for the Soul
Hope you enjoy my first Haiga, and if you want to know more about it, please check Colleen’s post here.