Tag: haiku

Wait, Before you Go (Again)

Savor friends and sip of stress

Roiling for a New Day

Her eye percolates and pops.

Wait, Before You Go, #WriteBravely

Savor friends and sip of stress

Nest Echoes

The world withstanding, she gasps

I am a fish

Diving in the deep I panic too late gasping What about the sharks ____________ Wednesday, April 19, 2017. I recently felt like a flounder–stuck at the bottom and overwhelmed by the heavy seas. Today I realized my fins are not anchors. I am a fish. Tonight, I doodled the image using ArtRage, then I wrote

Joan of Arc in Haiku

Pious, French, fighter Tried for heresy, retried Charred beauty to saint Haiku and photos by a passing observer, Stephanie Abbott. Sculpture, plaque, and piety provided by the grace of others. ____________ Monday, April 17, 2017. Today, I snapped this picture of a painted statue of Saint Joan of Arc that stands

Persephone Shines

Persephone shines Alight she soars for a time Released from below ©2017 Stephanie Abbott. All rights reserved. ____________ Sunday, April 16, 2017. I created the image “Phyrne Stars” using Artrage and wrote the haiku “Persephone Shines” on my laptop while considering the need for renewal this season.

Weathered Bird

Winter Bunny Sleighs

Hopes Too Bright to See

Her hope sprouts each day Blooms and branches spread out far Damned roots stuck in clay I wrote this haiku before Thanksgiving, and today I created the image using ArtRage. This is my post for Day 26 for #NaBloPoMo November 2016.

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