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29 Mar 2012

Echoes


melodies echo
illuminating the dance
within the shadows

photo and text © by Karen @ Pixel Posts/Something Written

Written for-
Think Tank Thursday #90 @ Poets United
Prompt - music

Sharing with-
Haiku My Heart @ recuerda mi corazon

The above photo is of my walnut, 36 string, bow back lever harp.
She's been a bit neglected lately, I plan to remedy that soon.

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25 comments:

  1. This is beautiful - the haiku and the photo :D

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  2. Awesome! A wonderful haiku and accompanied by the picture it makes a wonderful haiga full of music.

    Namaste

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  3. Beautiful. You must not neglect it for too much longer, it's too beautiful to be left un-used.

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  4. Beautiful!

    BTW, I like the quote on your sidebar about Haiku. It's very true, indeed! :)

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  5. Would you consider posting an audio clip of you playing the harp? I'd love to hear it.

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  6. Love the poem and LOVE the harp....I only wish you could play it here, to accompany your poem:)

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  7. a musical haiku indeed! well done..

    (and a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY too BTW)

    *VBS*

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  8. The shadows of your harp looks very lonely. I waits your company.

    Your poem is very lovely. Would love to listen to it with accompaniment.

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  9. The shadows of your harp look very lonely. They await your company.

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  10. Nice melodies and picture too ~

    If you can play, you should play :-)

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  11. In the shadowy plenum of the harp, there exist mysterious symmetries...

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  12. Ah, you know what you're talking about! I love that idea of something hidden inside the music.

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  13. Beautiful! I found myself looking deep into those harpian shadows, listening for the music..

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  14. Oh I love this!
    perfectly chosen words ♥♥♥

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  15. Really great haiku - worked so well with the photo!

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  16. Ah, I can hear you playing that heavenly harp now. It is beautiful--great photo and haiku.

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  17. What a beautiful instrument it is!! The haiku is wonderful - shadows and echo's are somehow 'related' - I love how you used those words together!

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  18. The best remedy, of course, would be to caress her...

    One Bee Is Enough

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  19. One of the best pics of harpy yet. I love the shadows and the haiku.

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  20. Beautiful! I love the shadows and echos, lovely~

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