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Saturday, 20 February 2010

Haiga # 73


11 comments:

Devika said...

Ohh!!! made up for the positiveness at Lorraine's :))

I am coming from her blog :)

wishes,
devika

Lorraine said...

hmmm hmmm brooding skyes and trees, you've got me!

RBroeker said...

Briliant photograph - but it will take another visit to get the whole of the haiku. Great atmosphere anyway!

Best wishes
Ralf

Emma Dalloway said...

has a halloween feel to it... the photograph is sensational and compliment your writing.

check out the free handwriting fonts on this site http://simplythebest.net/fonts/handwriting_fonts.html

Im also a big fan of the typewriter fonts

- download the font
- go into 'fonts' on your computer
- go to 'file' then 'install new font'

(if you dont see 'file' at the top of the screen press the ALT button)

Carletta said...

Definitely a brooding sky - nicely captured!
Again - I love the imagery.

I learned a new definition today. ;)
Clever word usage.

Sam!! said...

I just loved the photograph u selected..n your so your words.. nice post..:)

Blessings!
Sam..

Magyar said...

Night's gloomy sky
Hides the crow's shadow
A killing of that sight
And through this darkness
The crow foretells
Tomorrow there will be light

__I, always the "Contrary," look to the otherside of your intriguing photo and verse, with respect! _m

Frank Williams said...

Many thanks to you all for your kind comments and observations. Thanks for your lovely poem Magyar and the font info Emma...

Dave Serjeant said...

very nice indeed

Alan Summers said...

Very atmospheric, even Hitchcockian? ;-)

all my best,
Alan
Alan’s Area 17 blog

old pajamas said...

Frank,

A lovely, moody piece here. Thank you.....pajamas

but for the crows
there would be no leaves
on this winter tree