Morning light pierces
tattered edges of night ’til
darkness slips away
Birds begin to sing!
What once was stillness is gone
as dawn runs through trees
Within the old house
no one knows that shadows play
outside the window
A Haiku (for my poetry-challenged friends) is typically three lines of un-rhymed verse with five syllables on the first line, then seven, then five. Since I continued this Haiku from a single, to a double, then a triple; it is my response to today’s one-word prompt: Continue.
It is also an entry in Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Shadows
Photo taken at Rivercene Mansion Bed & Breakfast in New Franklin, Missouri
She is just a girl
whose sunlight stays inside her
People who are shy, like me, can be difficult to get to know, but don’t dismiss us. We can sparkle too, in our own way!
This haiku is my response to today’s one-word prompt: Shimmer
Photo credit: Bing/4.bp.blogspot
I’ve no room for you
So pack your toothbrush and go
You’re not welcome here
This haiku is my response to today’s one-word prompt: Toothbrush
It’s so hot today
I yearn for northerly gusts
and refreshing snow!
For all that I’m not
I still respect who you are
beautiful and free!
My response to today’s one-word prompt: Prudent
My response to today’s one-word prompt: Faded
I am sad today
I knew that it would happen
Autumn slipped away