Rocky mountain grist
Wings span slowing momentum
Eagle has landed

23 Responses to “Haiku”

  1. Very well done, I have yet to attempt a haiku.

  2. Then you must give it a shot! It’s a fun form that challenges. Often twitter is a good source to search for new haiku πŸ™‚

  3. Rocky mountain grist….then the slowing down of the wings before landing! Very Good Adam:)

  4. Hi Lynda. Have a wonderful week! Looking forward to your next poetry challenge! hint hint πŸ˜‰

  5. Beautifully done my friend. Hugs Vi

  6. Your visit makes me smile, Vi. Hope all is going well πŸ™‚

  7. Enjoyed your haiku …well done.

  8. Thank you, Charles. Your work is inspiring.

  9. Dustus,

    Bravo. This is one of your best haiku yet. I love haiku because of its rooting in nature, but this one is especially wonderful since I live in the Rocky Mountains and know so well the imagery you have chosen. Light and Great Haiku.

    • I have a cousin who lives out in Colorado. She raves about the Rocky Mountains. Unfortunately, I have never seen themβ€”the mountains that is. Glad you enjoyed the haiku, Suzie

  10. i do appreciate reading a good haiku.
    Your’s is great.
    Nice one Adam

  11. You can write anything on this planet and I’ll just melt…it is seriously a good one Adam…Images evoked so very beautiful..Hugs xx

  12. Hi Amanda. THANK YOU! I’d really like to finish writing more books, in addition to blogging of course πŸ™‚ However, it’s no big secret that I know I’ve a few novels in me… would relish the chance to share them if given an opportunity!

  13. a wondeful picture you painted today adam…being a nature freak…it was majestic

  14. Hey Bri. I live for the outdoors, especially the mountains.
    See you on the trail laterβ€”the One Shot commenting trail πŸ™‚

  15. I can picture it! That is what is so wonderful about “good” haiku.

  16. Excellent, Leslie. So glad this one conjures images. TY πŸ™‚

  17. absolutely fabulous.

  18. Hey trisha. Thanks for stopping by, my friend πŸ™‚

  19. I love how you let the eagle enter the poem the same way it enters the scene – not there at all, then suddenly massive but unresolved, and finally the magnificent bird at rest. A terrific use of the three-line structure and a wonderful depiction of the wild bird!

  20. Appreciate your comment and enjoy your description of the poem. Cheers.

  21. Great, very vivid in so few words.

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