I had no picture of sleet falling.  This photo was taken on a really cold, rainy day on the Atlantic coast near St. Augustine, Florida

This was inspired by a Haiku-photo posted by Cheshyre.

Haiku combined with a photo seems a contrast between a

minimalist use of words and a picture which we all know

"is worth a thousand words".

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Comment by Rodney Roe on January 12, 2018 at 6:18am

L thought I should have cropped the overturned chair from the bottom of the photo.  This is my first attempt to add text to a photo., and I got so involved with the app I forgot to edit the picture.  I hope this doesn't offend.

Comment by koshersalaami on January 12, 2018 at 6:24am

Actually, the overturned chair helps set the mood

Comment by cheshyre on January 12, 2018 at 10:48pm

Glad to see you take the plunge! And Kosh is right about the chair. It's whatever captures the moment that counts.

Comment by Rodney Roe on January 12, 2018 at 11:02pm

Thanks, Cheshyre, to both you and kosh for stopping by and commenting.

Haiku often sounds sparse. Maybe it is Japanese sentence construction, but more likely it is the constraint of the form. Like a short story everything has to be developed and said with great economy.

Comment by catch-22 on January 16, 2018 at 10:04am

‘An earth time of tears’ is a powerful line!

It feels like us humans are so late in realizing how the earth has been feeling all these long years of disrespect. I really like, though, how you connect the sky and the sea here. And how picture and haiku can be good amigos. 


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