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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

We like watching the fireworks displays... as seen across our pond.


fireworks
in this night skys sea
anemones

17 comments:

John McDonald said...

nice one again M
john

Lorraine said...

How they burst...lovely image Doug

Devika Jyothi said...

At the pond....night skys sea- fireworks, anemons...my imagination kind of going haywire!

wishes,
devika

Devika Jyothi said...

Oh yes, when imagined a nice image, Magyar :)

wishes,
devika

Bill said...

Sharply observed.

Gillena Cox said...

love the patterns of fireworks; awesome ku - for its colour, sound and animation


much love...

sandy said...

Sounds perfect!

Magyar said...

Thank you my friends.
__As a child my first sight of a Sea Anemone prompted this initial thought, "a sky burst of fireworks that didn't fade away." Since I still think in that fashion... am I still a child?
__Good wishes to you all! _m

Devika Jyothi said...

ha! Sea Anemone...I thought of L3as anemone flowers...."night skys (sky's) sea" - seemed a metaphor --

anyway, for artists/poets child within should never cease, it is said...but somedays we just have to turnaround and ask... "what the hell happened" --

Good you don't have to ask that Magyar...Happy fireworks for July fourth :)

wishes,
devika

Devika Jyothi said...

Imagine the ways a haiku could be read-- the haikuist probably doesn't think where the reader takes it - right?

dev

Judie said...

I can definitely see the connection here!!!

All fireworks have been banned here this year because of the devastating fires. It is extremely windy and dry in Tucson and the temp here today at our house was 111 degrees.

BB said...

Happy 4th of July Magyar!

A child looks up
Explosions of light and smiles
Sparks fall down

Kristin Riggs said...

I like how this is a peek into the brain of your "inner child". I was thinking about my son's first experience seeing fireworks when I wrote my haiku tonight. I cannot imagine what was going through his tiny brain. Mommy shielded his ears from the loud noise, but those bright gray-blue eyes were full of wonder indeed! Oh...all the firsts. How special they are! Happy Independence Day, Doug. :)

Sincerely,
Kristin

Gillena Cox said...

In the eyes of a child you will see...the world as it should be.

- Unknown


Happy Fourth of July Doug


much love...

Magyar said...

__Fireworks to flowers to Sea Anemones, thanks LL, and Dev.
__And Dear Gillena... thank you for both your thoughts... the second one so supports Kristin's
comment, and the story of her son's first exposure! Great! __Thanks Kristin... teach to his questions!
__Sandy... perfect night!
__Judie... I'd meant to ask about the fires, I was afraid too in a way. Enough of them! Thanks for your time dear lady!
__Light and smiles... the sparkle in the young eyes, great BB!
__Bill and John... I'm ever so pleased with your comments that are always to the crux of any haiku!
__Again... I thank you all! _m

Maxine Beneba Clarke said...

An unexpected but delightful contract - the hot, loud thunder of the fireworks verses the cool, soft quiet of the anenome...

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