January 18, 2014January 18, 2014 Rob's Surf Report Haiku: Glace Glace (Photo credit: merlune) Her defiant stride, unperturbed by force of frost — knowing Spring will come. Wow. I have never had such a hard time with a haiku. Maybe I wanted it too much? Spread the news!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
The time you spent on this wasn’t in vain, because the verse is great. Very inspiring!
Thank you. 🙂
This photograph is so beautiful. That, plus the haiku, makes me think of a beautiful, winter-white queen gliding over a lake of ice.
🙂 that makes me think of the White Queen in Through the Looking Glass.
OMG! What an amazing visual. Y’know what? One of these days, you’re going to write a haiku and I’m going to be so inspired that I’ll write a story about it.
There you go! Creative fusion, it’s a beautiful thing. 🙂
Very captivating! I empathize with your mental exertion, and envy your ability to command such an imaginative response with so few words. I don’t think I could ever pull of Haiku. It definitely takes a unique gift.
It’s difficult to haiku against the wind!
Right? The syllables all blow away as I try to lay them down!
It worked… but it’s hard to match a picture of that magnitude!
I nominated you for an award, ‘One Lovely Blog’. I’ll have the post up about it either tonight or tomorrow. I really enjoy your blog and think others should too.
Well thank you, Myas! I look forward to the post. 🙂
My pleasure! Post’s up!!!!
This is wonderful! One of my favourites. Sometimes the time and effort makes you blind to the result 🙂
Thanks, Silverleaf! I actually spent hours trying to square this away – needless to say I’m getting pretty adept at using a thesaurus!
I love the thesaurus! It was time well spent; doesn’t sound over-thought and is really a pleasure to read and contemplate.
I’m so glad people enjoy reading them as much as I do in creating them. 🙂