Haiga with a watercolor showing the moon and a stylized tree, or perhaps a cloud

fall migration . . .
many wings beat
against a moon drum


11 Responses

  1. Mike Schoenburg I Says:

    I like your Fall poem!

    beautiful colors
    celebrate
    the dying leaves

  2. Marilyn Hazelton Says:

    Lovely!

  3. mpaone Says:

    Debbie -Beautiful! How did you make the artwork?

  4. janewilliams Says:

    Gorgeous words and image published in sync with the full moon.

  5. Barbara Kaufmann Says:

    I can hear this! So vivid, Debbie. Nicely done.

  6. sarahrussellpoetry Says:

    Just beautiful images here!

  7. Alan Summers Says:

    I like how i can the haiku 'in many ways' too, and also 'misread' the artwork as the famous Great Wave by Hokusai from a great wave to the tide just tickling the shoreline where a reflection of the moon lies.

    Wonderful work!!!

    warm regards,
    Alan

  8. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Love this combination, Debbie!

    marion

  9. marykendall Says:

    This works so perfectly, Debbie. Beautiful indeed!

  10. Ellen Grace Olinger Says:

    This is beautiful, and I think back to our autumn by Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. Thank you.

  11. Debbie Strange Says:

    Thank you all for your lovely comments. Your support is much appreciated. Alan, the Great Wave is a favourite of mine! One of my minimalistic photographs was the inspiration for the artwork.

    shine on, Debbie

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