Putting words to images can sometimes be a challenge which produces interesting results. Not all captions conform strictly to the haiku format but are in the style of. For those who have not yet published their work in book form it can be a rewarding exercise. Try it ! It makes for a personal gift for friends and relatives.
strolling the seaside the tide carries in treasure sand carries out cares
Extracts from the book Haikus from the Seaside. Published 2019.
sinuous seaweed dissipates orange and pink clubfoot anemone rests
icarus' ego was it the wind from afar this afternoons feather
poseidon's beard curls a web of sea life remains purposeful nuisance
submerged rock green sludge propagating undulations bobbing vulnerable coconuts
a cool ocean zephyr wafts sapphire arthropod nosedives foreboding encrusted sea fan
cautious steps distant delicate colourful rooms a thousand eyes await
tranquil pool ochre mottled canvas limpets cling for life
abandoned dwelling departed mollusc bright coloured shattered dreams
sun lazily covered by a purple gray cloud's path river bows across horizon
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