Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash. Leonard Cohen

Monday, February 21, 2011

Roots to Fly

image from Haiku Challenge
 A tree with strong roots
Has branches that reach out wide
And grows tall and strong

A kite on a string
Can ride the wind past tree tops
To sail to the sun

Her feet sought the ground
So that her dreams could fly free
And climb past the clouds

image from Rabbit's Den

poem submitted for Haiku Challenge, Day 22
and for Steal This Art, Week of 2/20/11


Rachel Hoyt said...

Ooh, I really like the last one! It is important to be grounded in order to help yourself soar towards your dreams. :)

Mike Patrick said...

Beautiful thoughts from nature.

Anonymous said...

I liked your take on this a lot. Our ability to soar!

Nanka said...

Very beautiful and uplifting too!! Could sense a feeling of freedom!!

Sarah malik said...

this one was very very beautiful. all three of them are poignantly crafted and present a vivid imagery. perfect!
and both the images somehow different yet compliment each other! :) well done!


trisha said...

gorgeous trio. loved all three of them.


Anonymous said...

Love your take on the prompt ... I take all 3 "stanzas" of Haiku as one complete work. Thank you for sharing! ~becca~

Someone is Special said...

beauty... thanks for the Haikus..

Someone is Special

Corvus Ven said...

i love how you put these together for such a thoughtful image. i also love how you put the tree roots at the bottom and the clouds at the top of the post. it makes me think of the haikus as the trunk of a tree that holds in place a stairway to the sky. ^_^