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Tackle it Tuesday The Haiku Prompt for this week is “wind chimes.”
The Flowers listen
( a pink, captive audience)—
obnoxious wind chimes.
Tags: HAIKU, tackle it Tuesday, Wind chime, Writing and Editing
Everybody / everything has an attitude. Love the flower image. As always, the Haiku was most pleasing.
Thank you, Tess. I appreciate your comments as always.
OH MAN – a haiku with an attitude!!!! YEAH!!!!
LOL! Yep, is there any other way? :-)
Obnoxious? May be, but not for long. It soothes and sends some lingering feel, after a while! Nicely done, Susan!
Thanks, Hank. Much appreciated.
I like it – an opposing viewpoint for anyone not so enamored of wind chimes.
Thank you Eric!
Tinkle in the breeze
Sparkling splashes of light
Dart around the room.
Have a chiming fine day Susan!
Thank you, Auth Imp! Same to you,
Good day Susan, what a wonderfully crafted haiku on wind chimes. Lovely read. Thank you for sharing this one on Tackle It Tuesday.
Thank you, Chevrefeuille. My pleasure.
I love wind chimes, particularly the cheap kind made of glass. Tinkle on, girlfriend.
Me too Barb, I like the tiny quiet, gentle kind.
My husband also thot our wind chimes were obnoxious, so he took them down. But not for long! Delightful haiku….
Thank you 4joy. Much appreciated!
wind chimes crash against the house
the storm blows over
wretched parched cracked earth
Good one! Nice haiku.
thank you – it describes the non-rain we have been having
WE’ve been getting a ton here in B’ham. Just makes for more weeds to pull and more nasty bugs here and there.
well send it here if you don’t need it -
I cannot stop laughing at the picture-great post and even better pic of the pink and yellow flower.
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