Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Poetry Wednesday

Red, gently applied over yellow
with a dry brush.
Cold apple.

This is one of my own poems, written in October of 2009.  

12 comments:

TACParent said...

Loved it then. Love it now. Great way to begin a crisp Fall morning.

Dymphna said...

Thanks! Apples are a great way to snack.

Kindred Spirit said...

This truly captures the essence of the apple, Dymphna. What a beautiful poem! Thank you so much for sharing it.

Dymphna said...

You're welcome!

Michele said...

nice poetry per usual:D

Dymphna said...

Thanks, Michele!

Barbara said...

Love the photo and love the haiku.

Dymphna said...

Thanks, Barbara.

evanscove said...

It's been said that haiku is an form to get the basics of, but extremely difficult to master. It certainly calls for poignancy with extreme brevity--and brevity is not my strong point! :-)

But very nice job here!

Thanks for posting!

Evan

Dymphna said...

Thanks, Evan! The briefer the better for me!

evanscove said...

I meant to say that "It's been said that haiku is an EASY form to get the hang of..."

I remember doing haikus in elementary school--teachers seem to love having their students do them. Maybe they would help me learn to say things in fewer words.

Evan

Dymphna said...

My haiku almost never follow the 5-7-5 format. That would be a good discipline for me to cultivate, I think!

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