dragons in the cloudswhite rabbit lives in the moonrun run run away hideamazed. . . parsnipmusic. . . Cloud Age Symphony, Okino Shuntaro
Nice Haiku, and great picture!
If we had that wonderful sky here I think it would make me want to write poetry again.
You're getting rather good at haikus, I've been trying to practise them but am rubbish. Spectacular clouds.
what a majestic sky!
What an incredible sunset! Those clouds are simmering with energy. And I love your haiku. Joanna
Beautiful Haiku. Wonderful picture.
William...Thank You, I think the clouds looks like dragons.Weaver...The sky and clouds are the first thing you really notice about Arizona.Eryl...Somehow I can't believe that your rubbish at writing haiku. I have read your blog and your writing it fabulous.For me a long poem is quite out of my reach but putting 5 and 7 syllables together is something I can do.debra...The Arizona Sky is quite fabulous !Joanna...The clouds that evening were as you said simmeringwith energy. This is one of my most favorite photos I took this year.
Love the picture & your haiku!www.thesocialfrog.com
What poems, Parsnip!Definitely dragonlikeThis is a haikuLoved the splendid clouds
Carole...Thank you and we crossed in cyber space.Social Frog...You will soon be writing your own haiku in Japan.Elizabeth...Thank you I am trying to understand the haiku better.I understand the the first two lines are the feeling/subject and the last is suppose to be a surprise.
All of Italian art hasn't anything to show more fair than your picture.
Pat...I am always amazed by the colors of the sunset skies here. And my camera never quite catches all the colors. This sky in real time had a lovely shade of a rosy lavender that didn't show up on the photo.
Amazing picture and love the haiku!