Friday, July 6, 2012

from where I stand


Texas weathered wood
sandwashed toes and backyard blooms 
standing in new light

8 comments:

Spadoman said...

Very lovely haiku and photo. Simply stated and shown. There is something special about getting down on hands and knees to look closely at weathered wood, or any surface for that matter. The idea of new light intrigues me. Did you move or something? Just wondering'


Peace

joanne said...

you could make a toenail clipping look and sound great....(that's a compliment)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Keep standing in the light!


Friday Haiku 1 and Friday Haiku 2

rebecca said...

i'm sorry...i just cannot top joanne's comment! so true, so perfectly true!

Paige + Shauna said...

lovely haiku. and this picture looks as if the flowers were borne
of previous grafitti.

Paige + Shauna said...

lovely haiku. and this picture looks as if the flowers were borne
of previous grafitti.

Stephanie said...

whatever light you stand in glows.

read the happy hippie post...wonderful!
x..x

Marit said...

Due to computer problems, I'm late visiting the haiku circle, but here I am - drinking from your words. Smiling over sandwashed toes. Longing for beach and waves. You did all that, with just one haiku. You're fabulous!