Morning Mist Haiku Heights

Hooves tred silently ~ through gossamer camouflage ~ bray to early morn



Mist whispers greeting ~ to mountain tops wakening ~ the natural world



Shroud of misty haze ~  comfort on a glassy lake ~ anoints precious earth




30 thoughts on “Morning Mist Haiku Heights

    • Thank you so much Maggie, sometimes I think the photos speak louder than the words, that’s why as I made comment, I try not to look at them, so that the image in the words stand alone. Tricky business though 🙂

  1. I loved that I read this before going to bed my lovely. I will show it to my eldest tomorrow, she has just learned how to write Haiku and enjoys it so much. Besides that, you know what I loved the most…” To mountain tops wakening – the natural world. That photo makes me feel so present with everything, at peace with the world that tomorrow is a brand new day, fresh, clean and bountiful.

    Review is almost done. Can’t wait for you to see it.

    • You are always so generous with your compliments that is why I luvs ya’ face (true Aussie style) I am so happy she is loving Haiku and learning it, being so young her talent will only grow through time. Young start the Haiku ~ syllables they count on hand ~ pictures through words

      I cannot wait either I am SO excited!!! Thank you. Hugss xoxoxo

      • Oh I totally forgot to ask… Have you done any cinquain? I assume it is singular and plural like Haiku. I was just helping my daughter do it for this wk’s language homework and I found it fascinating. She used the word wind to begin and breeze to end. I’m assuming Cinquain is five lines and that it is of Italian origin. Tell me more if you can…

      • I haven’t no – the information I have is –
        The traditional cinquain is based on a syllable count.
        line 1 – 2 syllables
        line 2 – 4 syllables
        line 3 – 6 syllables
        line 4 – 8 syllables
        line 5 – 2 syllables
        The modern cinquain is based on a word count of words of a certain type.
        line 1 – one word (noun) a title or name of the subject
        line 2 – two words (adjectives) describing the title
        line 3 – three words (verbs) describing an action related to the title
        line 4 – four words describing a feeling about the titlem, a complete sentence
        line 5 – one word referring back to the title of the poem

        I may give it a try and I am so glad ‘daughter’ is getting involved 🙂 Stay tuned xxx

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