Thursday, December 28, 2006

Photo & Haiku

Haiku #2
Elegant raindrops
Tap dance on city sidewalks
Black storm clouds applaud


Photo:
Rainy night at the Utopia Restaurant on U Street, Washington, D.C.

14 comments:

getzapped said...

Fantastic ku! So full of textural sounds.
Btw, are you familiar with One Deep Breath? http://onebreathpoetry.blogspot.com/

Stephen Bess said...

Zapped-
Thank you. :)
No, I'm not familiar, but I'll go have a look. Thanks again!

Gooders Girl said...

It looks bloody cold!

Stephen Bess said...

Gooders-
It was very cold rain that night. It was a very nice dinner though.

Dawn said...

You've made the bad weather seem awfully nice...especially with the "utopia" picture.

Rethabile said...

Khotso, peace among humans. Wish you a wonderful 2007, and lots more elegant art from you. Greetings at home.

Lyrically speaking said...

Nice, I like the wet effect on the ground, it mesh well with the Haiku

Stephen Bess said...

Dawn-
I'm glad that you like the pic. I really like it too.

Rethabile-
Thank you, ntate! I wish the very best for you and your family as well. Khotso~

Lyric-
I really like this one too. Thank you. :)

urban butterfly said...

One of my favorite spots to eat and listen to live jazz. This is a beautiful photo. You know I love your photos!

Thanks for sharing! =)

NML said...

Both pic and Haiku are lovely x

Cergie said...

Nice haiku
I like haiku exercise because it tells a simple life story with simple words
The idea of the season is given here by the rain

Stephen Bess said...

UB-
It's one of my favorites too. Thanks for the compliment! :)

NML-
Thank you so much and greeting to you and yours! x

Cergie-
Thank you and hello! I'll have to come by and say hello. You're missed. :)

Xavier said...

I recently fell in love with the marriage of photography and haiku so you know I'm loving this.

Stephen Bess said...

Xavier-
Thanks brother! This place holds a special place in my heart.

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