Sunday, April 27, 2008

One Single Impression Part 2: Flowering


This week's One Single Impression Prompt was flowering. I have made my post in two parts. The first is a long poem. I wanted to try a few haiku as well, though. And I almost didn't aplogize...



15 comments:

Dianne said...

clouds aren't the only ones moved to tears.

so stunning Raven

maryt/theteach said...

Dianne has said it, Raven! Wonderful pix and haikus enhancing each other! :D

Anonymous said...

..ur haikus address three prompts here_spring,color,flowering!thanks..

Anonymous said...

I love these! You have shared so much this week!

You have so inspired me!

Unknown said...

I'm glad you did it this way. Love these expressive words.

Barb said...

After reading your first poem this morning, I was not ready to give your Haiku my full attention! Even so, I had to re-read it. I am still just so deeply touched by it...

I just love how you captured the explosion of spring after the barreness of winter!

BTW, I also have 2 incredible cats!

LA Nickers said...

Wonderful!

Blessings,
Linda

FLOWER MASTER – HAIKUS IN BLOOM, at Nickers and Ink

SandyCarlson said...

The great wonder of spring is moving from emptiness to thoroughgoing beauty. Thank you for capturing this. God bless..
Writing in Faith: Poems

Anonymous said...

Great capture of the essence of spring. I too loved the words 'clouds are moved to tears'. Nice job.

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Another wonderful poem. I love "the soul stirs from dreamless sleep". So true, I feel that way. Just beautiful.

love-bd

Anonymous said...

Your inspiration is certainly flowering at the moment, Raven.

Tumblewords: said...

Superb! Love the photos and the words -

tt said...

Gracious woman! Beautifully done with such beauty!
I completely cane undone with the last one!!!!! If I could, I'd frame that and put it on my wall!! Guess I'll be content to covet it..
Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

beautiful reflections....

storyteller said...

I’m visiting (even later than you I’m afraid) … but ‘happy’ to have time to savor OSI posts finally ;--)

I love the way you’ve superimposed your Haiku on the images themselves … and I need to remember this technique now that I’ve learned HOW to put text on graphics myself. All three are wonderful … my favorite is the first.

I’ll return to catch up on Mary’s Meme and other posts when time permits, but today I’m catching up on One Single Impression before I do anything else.

Hugs and blessings,