Haiku Heights prompt. Fingerprint
In the cool of dawn
dew drops kiss my scorched garden
mark of sweet blossomsCopyright © Celestine Nudanu 3/07/13
I appreciate your patience with me as I catch up on your blogs. Thanks a million! Shalom
Seyi sandra said:
Let dew kiss my scorched gardens, beautiful Celestine! Love you!!
Love you too dearest friend 🙂
A scorched garden kissed by dew drops is a lovely image.
We have had so many cool dawn mornings here! LOVE IT!!!!! HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!!
Thank you Jasmine. Happy 4th of July to you too 🙂
Kalpana Solsi said:
such a subtle Haiku.
Thank you Kalpana
Dew drops on blossoms a sweet mark of beauty!!
A lovely comment, Nanka
Fingerprint …a cool prompt.
I really like what you did with it. I may use fingerprint in Friday Fictioneers or for tomorrows daily…Whir, whir…see the gears in my mind spin 🙂
Would love to read your take, dear Jules 🙂 Glad you like this offeirng
It’s a blessing from the cool of the mornings! Nicely Celestine!
Thank you so much, Hank
Wow! Such a beautiful image in so few words. I love it.
Thanks for visiting & reading mine 🙂
You are welcome, Khana. Glad for your visit and comment 🙂
Alice Keys said:
“Dew kissed” is a nice image. Damp and sweet. 🙂
Look for A Lovely Thing said:
ethereal and beautiful. A reading pleasure! 🙂
Your comment in itself is beautiful 🙂 Thank you so much
Very beautiful! I love dew drops kissing the garden. If I could I would send you some rain. We currently have plenty to share.
Oh foam. It’s quite the rainy season here, though the rains have subsided a bit and the weather has turned all cold and windy. The haiku is pure fiction 🙂
Nature’s prints are always so beautiful…Wonderfully crafted Celestine 🙂
Many thanks, Reshma 🙂
Profound words here!
Thanks, as always
Thank you, Rose.
the imagery is perfection
Thank you, Eva. It’s so good to see you here 🙂
It’s been a while….after everything…and writer’s block…and I had not seen your blog in some time…missed you!
Missed you too. So glad you are back 🙂
My time away from here, albeit sad, helped recharge the creative juices somewhat.
I see you still write with a painter’s touch, making the images jump off the screen for us to see. You are one of the writer’s who make me want to become a better writer.
Ow, Eva, what a lovely compliment. I’m humbled 🙂