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Love how the last line connects the cameo dramas of the previous images!
:) its funny how one word means something different to every one ... thanks Gemma,
I wonder if the butterflies don't, in fact, prevent tsunamis, with just a flutter of their wings!
depends on the prevailing winds:)
i like your unique take on the prompt. a wonderful haiku.Butterfly.
I like it, so you write Haiku's too? :-)
Thanks Lacey, Ya I just started a couple of challenges the HAiku heights and and carpe diem. I'm getting busier with my other writing lately for I might not be able to spend the time putting out storis for a while but I can always find time for a haiku :)
THank you Jolle
Thank you :)
Thank You Adriana
Wow ... love the interpretation !!!
Ya it's cool how we all see something different.
Nice haiku... I love the idea of the butterfly effect... somehow makes sense to me.
Ya me too - haiku like that isn't its almost a feeling. I have really been enjoy the experience of writing them. COmments mean allot too :)
Lovely! So many great things going on with this one! Sound repetition between the first and third lines, nasal alliteration in the second, not to mention a nice symmetrical, wave-like structure to the second line - all well done! And of course the meaning is lovely, too. =)
Thank you for the beautiful insight. I was just commenting above how I almost feel my way through these short poems - but there is linguistic reasons why the feel the way they do Thank you :)
One of my favorite thoughts, the butterfly effect. Not knowing, keeps me going. Good one.
I love this one... quite succinct. ;-)Eliz
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The Headstones – "Long Way To Neverland" set to a "silent" 1916 Western from Bernard Dukas on Vimeo.