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The ramblings of aspiring author, Madeleine Sara, her dreams to become published and her trials and tribulations along the way. Plus other writerly nuggets of wisdom! Apologies for my typos, I get very cold hands with Raynauds and sometimes there's a persistent kittie on my lap, nudging my hand as I type.
Hi Madeleine .. these are so descriptive and match the photos perfectly .. talk about frost splinters .. gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Have you read Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow - a Danish book .. with beautiful descriptions of snow?
Enjoy the last few days of 2010 .. Hilary
Beautiful haiku and matching pics too. Fascinating!
Beautiful Haiku as usual Madeleine.ReplyDelete
(I only discovered today that Haiku is a plural word!)
"White, whispy spectres" = very nice!ReplyDelete
Awwww - I love the deer haiku!! And the other ones are just as atmospheric but I do like deer and you capture this magnificent beast's action to perfection! Take careReplyDelete
Lovely images you painted with your haiku. They were so descriptive that if the picture wasn't there I think I would have envisioned something similar.ReplyDelete
Nice Haiku's and I liked the last one the best!!ReplyDelete
Oh, well done!!!! You created such lovely words to go with those images....beautiful! Awesome fence pic and the last haiku is so softly stunning!ReplyDelete
Lovely haiku :)ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!
Thank you everyone. It's amazing how a theme just expands from one idea thrugh to another. :O)ReplyDelete
My favorite was "On Frosty Mornings."ReplyDelete
Lovely as always!!ReplyDelete
I love the haikus, and the pictures that go with them are wonderful!ReplyDelete
Picture perfect as is your use of words! Inspiring, too...ReplyDelete
The photos and words go together beautifully! The one with the Elk made me smile.ReplyDelete
Very lovely. The haikus and the corresponding photos work so well together. Happy writing, my friend, and a most peaceful, positive New Year.
In kindness, Gary
The pictures are perfectly matched to your terrific haiku! Well done!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!!
Wow, Madeleine. The frost muse really gave you an infusion of creativity. They are lovely as are the photos.ReplyDelete
My haiku: http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2010/12/30/frost-sensational-haiku-wednesday/
Loved all the haikus and the images.. Wish you a very Happy New Year 2011 !ReplyDelete
--Someone is Special--
Very beautifully captured. Words and photos eloquent.ReplyDelete
Beautiful as always....I adore white, whispy spectres...gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Wow! Your words befit your photos. I love the artist whispered as Jack Frost.ReplyDelete
vivid word painting...ReplyDelete
sorry for missing the entry early.
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