Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wanting to Be

Yellow unveils when
soil's Earth-bound progeny
reach for fading skies


Cloudia said...

Well written, poet-esquire!

Aloha from Honolulu

Comfort Spiral


Atrisa said...

You have a thing for trees. Your best photography is tree related :)

the walking man said...

Jason this haiku lost me. The imagery of the words TO ME did not communicate an essence of understanding of your intent.

Margaret said...

Don't we all reach for the untouchable.
Loved this haiku Jason and your photo is just amazing!

Oddyoddyo13 said...

This was amazing! It felt like a haiku, but at the same time it didn't because it blended so well. Wonderful!

Anonymous said...

Cloudia, post-equire...I like that!

Atrisa, maybe I do have a thing for trees.... :)

Walking Man, we'll just file this one away in the "not quite" column.

Margaret, thank you! Although I haven't been keeping the camera company as much lately, I was happy to get some pretty striking fall images nonetheless.

Oddyoddo13, I was thinking about how, in a way, the autumn trees want to be the sky. They brighten like sunlight itself.