Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A Tidal Sadness

(Image Source: http://cosmographica.com)


High tidal sadness
Separated by their fate
Waves rise to the moon.


This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem and the Prompt is Sadness.





50 comments:

  1. aah, delicious !! Loved this, Speck.

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  2. Not sad at this time ... finally ... for once ... omg! ... what a feeling ... thanks for your comment, my friend ... love, cat.

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  3. Very thought evoking., and a great picture.

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  4. Wow...the vision is out of the world. Loved it. Well done friend!

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  5. profound perception of sadness...
    can be felt...

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  6. a most wonderful correlation between the sea and the moon.. lovers, separated by their fate, beautiful!!!

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  7. I think Crystal stated it perfectly...the correlation between the sea and the moon. Qonderful Haiku sir.

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  8. Well expressed! And a beautiful picture accompanies.

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  9. Wonderfully composed haiku Green ... with a touch of spirituality. Awesome!

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  10. Fate has separated many of us, G.S. Nicely written.
    I often think of friends I had in my early adult years.
    Most now are 'out of pocket' and we have lost contact
    with each other.
    ..

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    1. You re so true Jim ... time really plays a big part !!!

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  11. This is beautiful! You captured a wondrous view :D

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  12. Those words speak well of the pain of separation
    masterful

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  13. I see you are not letting up in writing haiku ~ Smiles ~

    Good use of the moon and waves to create sadness ~ Your haiku image is getting clearer and clearer ~ Good job ~

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  14. Certain things appear to be meant for one another and yet they can touch.

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  15. This is a beautiful combination of image and words. Thanks you :)

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  16. beautiful... you have indeed captured the essence of this word.

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  17. `waves rise to the moon' - Perfection!

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