Monday, 20 August 2007

haiku - daybreak

sunrise
paints the clouds -
birds sing.


I've posted another haiku on daybreak on my Alter Ego blog.

Daybreak for One Deep Breath

PS - I'm really pleased that Haiku Scotland recently accepted five of my haiku for publication in their September and December 2007 issues.

17 comments:

Garden girl said...

Oh well done - good stuff! I was so inspired by yours that I wrote one last weekend, must put it on my blog when I get a chance.

polona said...

they have a reason to sing... beautiful!

etain_lavena said...

Wowi....well done crafty:)

Abzdragon said...

Lovely as always. :)

Clare said...

Really beautiful! I can see the clouds and hear the birds --- so lovely. And congratulations on the Haiku Scotland publication -- this is fantastic!!
:)

Becca said...

A beautiful word picture~well done!
Congraulations on the publication-well deserved :)

Marcia (MeeAugraphie) said...

Congratulations on the publication!

Painting the sky... it does.

get zapped said...

I think we got on the same daybreak wave. Very simple and nice!

Ron said...

Yes. Exactly. Love it.

tumblewords said...

Congratulations! And impressive color in the haiku!

Fledgling Poet said...

Clouds really do look painted at times...I agree! And there's no better sound than birds singing in the morning (unless they're waking you up before you're ready to get out of bed!).

megan said...

there's something so perfect about this one...a bit of truth all neatly tucked into three lines

megan said...

Oh...I was going too fast...I must say CONGRATULATIONS on the publication of your work!!!

Patois said...

I sing to it as well. In fact, I can see out my window now the palette being readied. Beautiful poem. Captures it marvelously.

And a hearty congratulations to you on the publication!

OneBlueSoul said...

Beautiful piece. And congratulations on your publication!

Rae Trigg said...

Your haiku is lovely. Congratulations on your poetry being accepted for publication!

Greggo said...

great imagery with sunrise painting the clouds!