haiku + images
Don’t be fooled by that
arrow: everything that counts
is on the other side.
Looks unreal, like a still from something else, I like it.
Thank you, Harry. The juxtaposition of the mural and the sign do give it an odd feeling.
That quote though! Makes me think of enjoying the journey vs. rushing through to the destination.
Yes, that’s exactly what I meant to convey in the verse. Thanks for reading it, and for commenting.
You are very welcome
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I’m a big haiku lover — especially with photos. This is perfect.
Thank you, Jan, for your comment.
Thank you, Eva.
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Thank you for this great post.
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Thank you for reading it, and for taking the time to comment!
I like it! Congratulation it’s a nice shot!
Thank you – I appreciate the comment.
I saw one of those signs on facebook the other day that said “Women who are looking for a husband have obviously never had one.”
That may be a common sentiment….!
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this is lovely
Thank you very much.
I love this! Great writing and photography
Thank you, Shanda. I appreciate your taking time to visit the site and to comment!
Light and textures are just perfect in this one!!
I used to write haikus. Loved it.
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