This post is part of the #AtoZ April Blogging Challenge. It’s my second time and this year I’m going with micro-poetry—it’s a form that I’m going to be exploring through April and hopefully, beyond. My focus here is to play upon the myriad moods and emotions of life through these varying short forms.
Today’s post stands for the letter ‘I’ and is titled:
That’s my Haiku for today. Thank you to everyone stopping by the blog and leaving your thoughtful and encouraging words! I have a lot of reading and commenting to catch up with, so do please bear with me.
This post is part of the AtoZ April Blogging Challenge 2023, where people blog from April 1st to 30th except for the Sundays (sole exception being the 30th.) Click here to read more about it and to know more about the other blogs participating in the challenge this year.
Previous posts on this challenge:
Even the most striking and captivating forms of beauty can be fleeting and impermanent… just like the ice…. so profound and beautiful.
Reminded me of Frozen immediately. That exquisitely crafted image of ice crystal sculptures that were part of the movie scenes. I had been enchanted by them and this poem reminded me of that.
I love the images you’re creating for this (solves the problem I described in yesterday’s post, too, doesn’t it? LOL)
I’m also writing poetry this month. I probably should’ve gone with “micro.” I had such momentum, at the start. It’s time for the fizzle. Maybe that’s today’s poem.