Monday, December 17, 2007

beauty

A kind of beauty
sprouts tulips and ivory preens
clinking silver chimes


Here's my contribution to one deep breath. I was inspired by the photo I believe taken by Jennifer at onb. I wanted readers to see what I saw. I won't leave the image up if I don't hear back from her.

11 comments:

tumblewords said...

Nice work. I particularly like the image of silver chimes!

writerwoman said...
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Quiet Paths said...

This makes me think of the creative force which spurs new life and is unseen in the breeze.... thank you.

...eatsbugs said...

Came to holla.

This poem reminds me of spring. Lately, its been getting warmer and I'm surprisingly ready for it to be warm again, and we've not even hit the real cold time. So I'm thinking about those first days when the sun is coming through the cold to warm a face, and first daffodils in our area, and this poem gets me closer. Good one.

Greggo said...

gorgeous imagery - even without the photo!

lissa said...

nice descriptions especially the last line - clinking silver chimes

Barone said...

I love ivory preens, it provides its own door.

jodi barone

get zapped said...

lovely words painting a gorgeous image!

spacedlaw said...

I love the delicacy of this haiku,

LittleWing said...

this is so very beautiful...

qualcosa di bello said...

you have set a warm & delicate table with your beautiful words