Creative Writing and unfinished business…
June 30, 2014 § 4 Comments
summer solstice –
Tagged: haiku, poetry, solstice
Perfect image. I love how you are able to match words to the image so well.
Thanks, Dan. Sometimes it’s hard to get the right one. My own photos often don’t quite say what I want them to say! Finding an upside-down bee spinning in a river proved impossible 🙂
As as son of July, and a lover of water – this very pure haiku touches my soul (or catches it, as the sun does with raindrops!), a poem filled with light and sensibility, Rachael’s light & Rachael’s sensibility 🙂 thank you!
Such poetic praise, my friend. Thank you 🙂
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