One Single Impression: Change

There is a new blog for weekly haiku: One Single Impression. Two contributors of One Deep Breath decided to take up where it the blog ended. Thank you, Sandy and Andree for stepping up.
The first prompt, “change” is so appropriate.

constant chaos: change
wind shifts, leaves scatter, branches
burst into color

rain pounds windowpane
fingers pound computer keys
words splatter change

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16 Responses to One Single Impression: Change

  1. Yolanda says:

    I truly enjoyed all of these. Great job!

  2. reprehriestless warillever says:

    I can feel the “chaos” in the pace of the first.

  3. Patois says:

    They are both delightful. I especially feel the second oen.

  4. gardenpath says:

    So much action in the the poems, and the images they present are wonderful.
    That second one will stay in my mind.

  5. LittleWing says:

    beautiful movement and sound

  6. Marcia (MeeAugraphie) says:

    I got so into the rhythm of your words, I feel recharged.

  7. paisley says:

    i do love the visual of splattering words!!!!!

  8. liquidquick says:

    the addy may change
    but the ‘ku spirit remains
    souls in short stanzas

  9. Andrée says:

    It’s difficult for me to comment on haiku; to know what to pay attention to (I read others’ comments to learn that). But I am able to feel rhythms and emotions in poetry. Yours is percussive. Like the raindrops, or the typewriter keys. I enjoyed it very much. It could be a definition of change.
    My change is here. Thank you.

  10. STP says:

    The comparison of rain on windows and fingers on keyboard really hits the mark. Well done.

  11. Sian says:

    These are full of movement. Really good

  12. tumblewords says:

    Energetic change – nice!!

  13. qualcosa di bello says:

    i like the sing-song way of the words in the second

  14. spacedlaw says:

    I too love this last line.

  15. Ackworth Born says:

    I like these

    good response

  16. SandyCarlson says:

    The last line is a great finale to what precedes it. The intensity and pace are marvelous.

    Thanks for joining in.

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