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14 Mar 2012

Excitement




ignite the ozone
quiver beneath sky’s torment
intoxicate me

  ©Karen @Something Written

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Sensational Haiku Wednesday
Prompt - excite(ment)
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21 comments:

  1. Wow Karen...
    Electrifying!!!!

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  2. Energy in a visual and haiku ~ great work ~namaste, Carol ^_^

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  3. Felt the vibe in this. Excellent.

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  4. Katisha agrees with the intoxication of lightning in Gilbert & Sullivan's Mikado:

    Volcanoes have a splendour that is grim,
    And earthquakes only terrify the dolts,
    But to him who's scientific
    There's nothing that's terrific
    In the falling of a flight of thunderbolts!

    And I think by "terrific" she means "terrifying".

    "Ignite the ozone" itself is a wonderful image. This haiku really conjures up excitement.

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  5. Such exhilaration - beautifully penned.

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  6. I really love to watch lightening!

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  7. lightning is definitly exciting, as long as it isnt too close! ah!

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  8. Exciting, beautiful and terrifying. Which your words and photo capture beautifully. Thank you.

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  9. Wow! Loved the picture and your haiku together. Thank you.

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  11. This is a sizzling, snapping vignette!

    Fevered Excitement

    P.S. Thank you so much for not using word verification!!!!!

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  12. sensuous interpretation of the moment! well done *S*

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  13. I also find storms to be intoxicating, exciting, and electrifying. Fantastic haiku. Especially love the opening.

    ~Shawna
    rosemarymint.wordpress.com

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  14. I was hooked by the first line. Another great work of haiku for you! :)

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  15. Certainly exciting to watch!!

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  16. Perfect for your picture....nice job!

    R.M. @ newviewfromhere.wordpress.com

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  17. Beautiful, impassioned inner drama captured in this haiku! Delightful!

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  18. Intense... can feel the energy in your words...

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