Friday, December 07, 2012

Charcoal Paper

(Image Source: http://woodsthoma.com)


Tracing lover lost
Across grey charcoal paper
Crumpled, discarded.


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





36 comments:

  1. Ah lamenting lost and unrequited love...beautiful poem sir.

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  2. In the end, is not everything crumpled, discarded?

    Or is all made healthy, whole, good--perfected, in the end?

    Guess we won't know, until......the end!

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    1. And we all wait for that end, with aniticipation :-)

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  3. Discarded Love ... shown in crumpled paper, very well done Green. Very nice take on charcoal.

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  4. I too pity the lost lover :( The haiku goes so well with the crumpled piece of paper! Love is not all that gloomy but in some cases it is :) Nice !

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  5. Brilliant use of the word 'tracing' It made this haiku sing for me!

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  6. The combo of charcoal paper and lost love is brilliant .. the perfect color to describe heartbreak.

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  7. I agree with Helen... the charcoal paper, crumpled, discarded and lost love... brilliant.

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  8. Sets the wheels in my mind turning.. racing!!! I can imagine the plot as it unfolds between these three short promising lines.. Very nice Amrit!!!

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  9. Oh, for the strength to throw that paper away!

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  10. Nooooo, uncrinkle it. That is always my hope.

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    1. Perhaps you can't do that always :-)

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  11. Tracing lover lost...breaks my heart yet love the words...

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  12. How this charcoal, crumpled paper becomes the symbol of discarded lover....amazing! great job Amrit!

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  13. Awwww! Few words, such emotions!

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  14. Excellent words for a beautiful artistic drawing.

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  15. A sad state of affairs, but a fine poem indeed!

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