Trifecta Challenge Weekend/ Haiku


Trifecta Challenge Weekend.
Welcome everyone and thank you for coming. This weekend's prompt.

HAIKU (noun) : an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven, and five syllables respectively - 


My contribution is called Spring Shower



Gray skies hiding blue
Thunder piecing silence, Hues
 Springs hope eternal

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Thank you for reading

Copyright © 2013 Glynis Rankin

21 comments:

  1. I the eternal hope in the end...we've had evening storms the last couple days and I've so enjoyed it!

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    1. I love them as well! The always bring me a sense of hope and renewal.

      Thank so much for the lovely comment.

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  2. aahh rings true... eternal hope sounds nice

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  3. This piece reminds me that I've grown to embrace enormous thunderstorms, something I never did when I was younger.

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    1. I've found that no matter when you come around to embracing the splendor of nature and all her forms, she welcomes you home with an opens smile.

      Thank you Sandra for such a lovely comment.

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  4. The first three lines alone are complete. Appreciate the message.

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  5. And thank you for writing this! It was absolutely lovely!!

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  6. You can't help but feel hopeful after a storm. Beautiful!

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  7. What a beautiful description of a rainstorm. Fitting for a haiku. Thank you for linking up!

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  8. Agree that the first three lines do it.

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