Easing my way back into writing with mindfulness, introspection, and writing challenges.
Nice dreamy haiku
Excellent extension on the prompt Grace. Bravo!
A bravo :-) Thank you, jrb!
What a joy ... a beautiful photo and a pair of haiku which leave me in awe. That first haiku is really a gem. I am proud to see how your haiku skills become better and better. I am glad that IN can help you to write haiku. Its a way of living and I like that life-style.
I love the kigo prompts and tea is close to my heart. When you compliment any haiku of mine, it means so very much to me. I do want to write better. I wish I knew when I was writing better. Thank you, Kristjaan.
These are nice. I love the 2nd.I guess we all doubt ourselves.But we keep writing, and throwing our efforts out for the world to see.With these exercises we hone our skills and may someday be haijin.Cheers!JzB
Wonderful they have such a soothing quality =)
I wonder...are the clouds wondering...or are you...or both? :)Teabowl
I love to daydream....a wonderful duo
I love the connection between memory clouds and daydreams while sipping tea. Those were lovely poems.
Your second poem really brought me to the moment you are describing! And that is so important in haiku! And BTW, Maggie, if your writing is making you happy, then it is just as it should be....who knows what 'better' is?Stirred, Not Shaken
I could use a good daydream about now (as opposed to a bad one, of course!).Stirring Sugar Clouds