fireworks display

the momentary glow

on her face

13 Responses

  1. harrisfr Says:

    This is so innocent and speaks of youth and so much to come!

  2. Lisa Brown Says:

    I thought of it almost as a double entendre…beautiful either way.

  3. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    I pictured a terminally ill person whose relative or loved one had taken them to a fireworks display. Their normally pale cheeks are lit up for a brief moment. Heartwrenching.

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  13. Christopher Anderson Says:

    Haaiku beautifully captures the enchantment of a fireworks display, evoking memories of a summer evening when I watched the sky burst into a cascade of colors with my childhood sweetheart. The fleeting brilliance of the fireworks mirrored the brief yet intense moments of young love. It's a poignant reminder of the transience of both fireworks and those cherished moments in our lives.

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