Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Haiku Bones - Electrifying

We are supposed to have lots of snow tonight.  I find the air electrified.  I hope to be able to sleep. The prompt on this week at Haiku Bones is Electrifying.

Sun shining on snow
tiny mirrors reflecting
electrifying

Charges of sun rays
rosy red cheeds of children
electrifying

Sleds plummeting
snow spewing, bonfire warming
electrifying

To read more haiku go to Haiku Bones here.

19 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

Beautifully done. You have captured the feeling of expectation that comes with snow in the forecast.

Thank you for supporting Haiku Bones.

Julie said...

excellent hiakus lisa! i am typing with one hand while holding a bowl with cranberry nut bread in the other! this cold air has me eating strange bedtime snacks! lol.

ArtPropelled said...

A strange coincidence.... I was just feeling for haiku today. Thanks Lisa.

sukipoet said...

wonderful images. hope you have an electrifying day.

studio lolo said...

Wow, these are perfect!
I've never tried haiku. I'm afraid I don't have the brain for 5-7-5 rhythm!

Nancy Bea Miller said...

I really enjoyed reading these. And clever you to use the prompt as a line!

Quiet Paths said...

Lisa, wonderful! This is how it feels for sure...

Cheryl said...

Hi Lisa.....You are without doubt, very talented Lisa......loved it.....

Debra Kay said...

Lots of people lost power here last night-it was -de-electrifiying....LOL.
stay warm and safe~

fourwindshaiga said...

That first one got me. I think that when I walk through fresh white snow in bright weather.

Hope you didn't get buried. We have had sun 3 days in a row, that is good for Maine, in the winter.

BT said...

Hello Lisa, I love your Haiku, I don't really know how to do them either. I think it should be the 'cheeks' of children? I can sense your excitement.

lol, the verification word is scropank!!

Bruce Miller said...

These are superb. The tiny sparkles on snow are mesmerizing. I can remember stopping on my snowshoes in the morning before breakfast. I had just reached the edge of of a copse and saw a meadow of rainbow sparkles open out before me.

Teri C said...

Absolutely wonderful Lisa!!

Artist Victoria O'Neill said...

definitely can relate. we have snow here too now. nice job of capturing it.

maribel danta said...

We got alot of snow too on the east ends of Long Island...your haiku really made me appreciate it abit more...so beautifully put..I thought it was excellent....

Q said...

Your Haiku told the story indeed!
Loved each of them. You made beautiful word paintings.
We also have electrifying snow and frigid temperatures.
Stay safe and warm.
Sherry

Tumblewords: said...

It is electrifying! These are luscious and delightfully vivid!

Gail said...

I love haiku and your verses are lovely...gail

Caroline said...

This is super - you're so good at these!! I don't think I'd know where to start!! I wanted to answer your question on my blog about the fish net yesterday and somehow got in a twist and sent a reply to Lynn! Anyway, just so that you know - I covered onion bag netting with white paint and printed it on my painting - hoping for the best!!