Friday, August 30, 2013

Endless Skies

sketched in paper
the endless skies and the stars
her joyous scribbling


This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem - Endless Skies.



38 comments:

  1. I love this take on 'endless skies' ... well penned ...

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  2. I love the beauty of endless skies...sunsets, sunrises, and everything in between.

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  3. I like the sketching here and the joyfulness of creation :)

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  4. the sky
    scribbles on
    forever

    :)

    I love the image of the sky sketching and scribbling!

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    1. And I loved how you said it all in this beautiful haiku of yours :-)

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  5. Oh yes Amrit, there is a sense of unbridled joy in scribbling...It relaxes the mind:)

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  6. Wow Amrit I can visualise the sketching and scribbling of the endless sky. A wonderful take on the topic.

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  7. I like the direction you took this poem. It was unexpected, but works really well.

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  8. Such a beautiful take on the prompt. We create endless skies. Bravo!

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  9. Pretty, colorful and imaginative. As good as a haiku could be!

    www.numerounity.com

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  10. Excellent, I really love this take on the prompt!

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  11. Ah, reminds me of kindergarten schools...lovely!

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  12. "sketched in paper
    the endless skies and the stars
    her joyous scribbling"

    Makes me think of how recreate "the endless skies and the stars" of my own with only a few scribbles on a piece of paper. Wonderful haiku. Loved it.

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  13. Anything even hinting at children and schooling grabs my attention!

    Stretching to the Skies

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  14. magic moments
    from the mind of a child
    and a crayon

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  15. wonderful scribbling indeed... well done.

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  16. The word 'endless' seems so profound here.

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  17. Unique point of view. Love the idea of stars scribbling! Wonderful!

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