Sunday, 25 July 2010

Magpie 24 - Sun


one pillow creased with
my dreams of your yellow hair
shining like the sun








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22 comments:

Eric S. said...

I see the dream, as clearly as if it were my own. The yellow hair glowing golden in mornings glorious sun.

swputh said...

Sweet

Grand Purl Baa said...

Damn you love that Ange don't you! What a muse. You two little love birds you.

RA said...

Beautifully worded. :)

signed...bkm said...

Lovely piece, you can feel the warmth of the sun and the pillow..bkm

Helen said...

A beautiful and heartfelt Magpie haiku!

willow said...

This is the most beautiful haiku I have ever read. (((sigh)))

Tumblewords: said...

Extraordinarily gorgeous imagery!

Lyn said...

So lovely and beautifully realized!

Linda said...

Beautiful haiku, beautiful magpie.

Mory said...

nice haiku.

She Writes said...

Sigh................ Nice!

sheri said...

wonderful image that fills my heart! this is certainly one of the most loving magpie i've read this week, my friend :)

kathew said...

lovely haiku

kavisionz said...

Woww... so dreamy...and so delicately charming.. a picture of a golden dawn in my head already!
a pillow creased with a dream! LOVELY magpie!

Stafford Ray said...

Lovely and a superior haiku. Most get their strenght from the angular rhythm, this ome flows. Who is Ange? :-)

little hat said...

Thanks for your comments everyone. Willow: you humble me with your comment
Stafford: GPBaaaa has blown the cover on my love life. Ange is my long suffering partner, mother of two, wife, companion of 35 years. Still not bored (she or i). Amazing.
Sadly she doesn't read my blog so she is blissfully unaware of my adoring words and my addiction to her yellow hair.

Krunal Palande said...

lovely

Tina said...

What a lovely haiku. So much emotion in those carefully chosen words.

Suz said...

gentle and sweet
loved this one

Jennifer said...

Steve - this is a gorgeous haiku. Be still my heart.

little hat said...

Tina; That's what i love about haiku. The choosing of the words where you try and capture soemthing special in the fewest possible words. Thanks for your comment.

Jennifer; Thanks for your gorgeous comment. Funny how sometimes it just tumbles out right!