Thursday, August 30, 2007

Haiku: Tiny Pretty Things

Dandelion Faeries
With teeth firmly set,
No falling stars crossing paths,
We chase wish faeries.

Wisps of white take wing
Carried over hands outreached.
A faery flies on.





[Lots of great poetry at One Deep Breath.]

13 comments:

Mike M said...

Fantastic!!

jenica said...

this is my favorite of your poems!

Isabelle aka Tricotine said...

Charming! :-)

Roswila said...

Delightful phrase, "wish faeries." They also look a bit like ballerinas on the coming down end of a leap. :-)

Bubba's Sis said...

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tumblewords said...

I've never heard them called faeries - nifty haiku and photo!

spacedlaw said...

I love the picture and the thought of calling these wish faeries.

Clare said...

I LOVE this!! Fantastic imagery! And "wish faeries" is such a pretty and magical name. I love the lines "with teeth firmly set/ no falling stars crossing paths," -- really clever.
:)

Crafty Green Poet said...

wish faeries - lovely way to see them!

jem said...

Nice. Good to see haiku on something that could so easily get lost on the way. I'm far from the first to say it - but 'wish faeries' is a great phrase!

Plain Foolish said...

Oh, I like both of these so much, especially the second...

Jenn in Holland said...

gorgeous!
(is that your photo?)

Pearl said...

Lovely photo.

Wish faeries. I've never heard them called that. What a wonderful idea.

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