One Single Impression: Movement

Oregon Coast, Nov. 2008

reluctant dancers
on the waves, wind serenades
ocean mist tickles

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17 Responses to One Single Impression: Movement

  1. Hi Jone,
    impressive haiku and stunning photo
    especially like “ocean mist tickles”- pure delight enhancing the
    “dancing” from earlier line

  2. Tammy says:

    I enjoyed putting your words in your picture. Lovely

  3. Regina Marie says:

    The picture..and every line -beautiful!

  4. Tumblewords says:

    Beautiful movement in a gorgeous space.

  5. Sandy says:

    Beautiful. Movement on a grand scale.

  6. This was beautiful…so much action in just a few words!

  7. Such mystery in “reluctant dancers…” leads me to all sorts of explorations.

  8. KiteHorse says:

    each dark rock punctuates the mists and waves in your lovely juxtaposition of poetry and image

  9. SandyCarlson says:

    What a lovely feeling this poem evokes. Gorgeous.

  10. floreta says:

    great picture! is this canyon beach? your words are dancing along the waves.

  11. Quietpaths says:

    I loved the use of dance and tickles together. Rich!

  12. zoya gautam says:

    ..”a range of emotions”..
    many thanks for sharing this..

  13. Quite a range of emotions for such a brief verse!

  14. macrush53 says:

    Thank you. The hurrier I go the behinder I get. In a rush this morning to post.

  15. I think you meant reluctant dancers..


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