3088

something something and
spiritual metaphor
then something something

Ballinger, Texas
photographed 6.13.2020

7 thoughts on “3088

  1. What an amazing picture!!!! 😀
    I also love the:
    “something something and
    ….
    then something something”
    Haiku template! 😜 Would you mind if I borrow it…
    pretty please? I would of course credit you for inventing the “something something” Haiku!
    one could write a thousand of them with this template:

    Something something and
    I ate my breakfast this morning,
    Then something something”

    Something something and
    The earth turned on it’s axle,
    Then something something”

    Credit due to Melinda Green Harvey for inventing the “Something something” Haiku Template.😜
    Anyway… forgive my rambling…😜 It’s a great post and a great Haiku!👏👏👏
    🙏

      • YEY!!! 😁🎉👏👏👏
        You are most welcome, and no worries!😜🙏
        I’ll tag you on Facebook (thanks for the friend request btw) and I’ll link you to the post… I’ll probably do that this Friday!!!
        Thanks again!🙏😁

  2. Ok…
    Your post inspired this little Haiku chain.😜
    I’ll wait for your green light, and if your OK with it I’ll post it on my blog with the link and share it on my Facebook page too.

    From Something to Nothing

    Something something and
    I ate breakfast this morning,
    Then Something something

    Something something and
    Blinding Joy entered my heart,
    Then Something something

    Something something and
    The earth turned on it’s axle,
    Then something something

    Something something and
    I fell on my knees; broke down
    Then nothing nothing

    ©️Didier Beaugrand 21/08/2021
    Credit due to Melinda Green Harvey for inventing the “Something something” Haiku Template.
    Check out her inspiring pictures and Haikus!
    https://thepoetryofphotography.wordpress.com/2021/08/20/3088/

  3. Pingback: Something Haiku Chain – Black Feather Poetry

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