Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Haiku - Journeys

The challenge on One Deep Breath this week is to write a haiku on Journeys. This is mine:

mist shrouded pathway
no signposts, no landmarks
- into the unknown

7 comments:

susanlavonne said...

So intriguing! It amazes me how so few words can create an entire story.

Shari said...

This is a GREAT poem, Juliet. I love Haikus. They are like word snapshots.

I couldn't find an e-mail address for you, so I have to message you through here. I am removing your blog from the Found Art list. That list is for blogs that are ONLY about the Found Art experience. It's a place other members and visitors can go to to find out more about the art found artists make. If you decide to create another blog just for your Found Art experiences, I'll be happy to add it back to the list. Just let me know. You can e-mail me at shari@foundart.org.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Thanks for your comments Susan and Shari. Oh Shari, I should have let you know that I was using this blog for something else now - sorry about that! Of course you should remove it from your listings!

Tammy said...

I know this feeling when out in nature. You captured the thrill of paths unknown beautifully :)

paris parfait said...

Love that spirit of adventure, embarking into the unknown. Lovely poem!

Sandy said...

I like this! Sounds like an adventure.

Crafty Green Poet said...

HI there Tammy, Paris Parfait and Sandy - thanks for your comments and thanks for stopping by!