Haiku 16

Koala smiles bright
Abstract visions do delight
Winters nose a sight

© 2012 Michael Yost 1/30

 

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49 responses to “Haiku 16

  1. Delightful Haiku, And good to see you again, it has been a while.

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  2. I love your interpretation of the picture. It’s a delightful haiku.

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  3. Lovely! and a proper haiku, too (most people can’t count syllables!).

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  4. Love that koala reference.

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  5. Smiling. Our noses looked a bit red (ish) after the snow storm followed right behind it by freezing rain. It’s soooo much harder to get rid of it once it impacts so hard.
    Loved your Haiku 🙂

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  6. Love the haiku…you manged to put so much in 17 syllables.

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  7. ha nice…saw a koala when i went to dc…also grew up watching quicky koala…nice turn in the last line as well to open it up

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  8. these certainly are delightful abstract images

    iron mased fighter

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  9. Charming..love that last line…that’s some red nose there!

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  10. Paul Andrew Russell

    Lovely haiku, Michael. They are my favourite form of poetry. 🙂

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  11. It’s always cool to come across a real haiku.
    Well done and a good interpretation, too.

    =)

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  12. ha! I see the koala!
    terrifc haiku

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  13. It does delight! thanks for visiting.

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  14. What a wonderful imagery!

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  15. Ooh, I love what you see! : )

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  16. Lovely interpretation!

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  17. Hahaha – As soon as you said it I saw the koala! This is a fun one.

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  18. Ah, I love this… I can see it!

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  19. I see the koala now that you’ve pointed hismout.
    I love the whimmsy of the imagination!
    rel

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  20. I didn’t see the koala until you pointed him out:-)

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  21. I like the winter nose!

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  22. By Jove! It IS a koala……..! I can’t believe I never noticed it before!! Happily Haiku – ed as well!

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