Mellow Yellow Monday: Leaf       One Single Impression: Meld           Haiku Heights: Instinct


Come, leaf of grape, come,
sky so blue, by instinct meld
into one, not two.

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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More One Single Impression poems with the theme “Meld,” click here.
More Haiku Heights with the theme “Instinct,” click here.

Posted on November 28, 2010, in Haiku Heights, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku, One Single Impression, Southern California. Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.

  1. What a lovely shot to start the week.

    Spice Up Your Life with some yellows.

  2. Lovely picture and haiku. Have a great week!

  3. Nice entry! happy yellow day

  4. What a beautiful grape leaf. A lovely post for MYM.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  5. Beautiful composition.

    Happy MYM!

    Liz @ MLC

  6. That is really beautiful!
    Happy Monday.
    : )

  7. Love that beautiful leaf and the haiku.


  8. Nice shot as always 🙂 !

  9. Just passing by and i saw your entry it was really lovely.

  10. never grow tired of the ways of leaves, their changing perspective from green full of life to a pale vibrant shade of yellow, to the tender brown of one’s own end…

  11. It is interesting…happy MYM!

  12. Such a beautiful shape and colour!

  13. lovely haiku… ostensibly different yet from the same energy source…

  14. Thanks for sharing your art.
    Here and our blogs as well…
    Have a great week ahead!

  15. Lovely piece, awaiting the beauties of nature.

  16. interesting idea for meld and your Haiku it worked well together as nature always does.

  17. The grapes have long been harvested, yet this single leaf is quite lovely as is your haiku.

  18. Haiku and picture in perfect harmony. Loved them.

  19. The grape leaf is my all-time favorite leaf. 🙂 I really like this shot. Mellow yellow, indeed!

    My MWM Post

  20. Ode to Yellow

    Vibrant color of the sun
    Brighter still than beige or dun,
    Varied, brilliant, bright and bold
    Lends its radiance to gold.

    Flower’s most majestic hue
    Often found in fruits, it’s true,
    And autumn leaves seen down the lane
    Or arcs that follow spring-time rain.

    Then sunset fades to darkest night
    But morning casts a xanthic light
    On bikini girls who swim and run:
    Perhaps that’s why blonds have more fun.

    © 2010 by JazzBumpa

  21. rich words…
    love the magic in your word painting.

  22. A haiku which blends in the beautiful picture!! Attractive color!!

  23. Looooooooooveeeelyyyyyyyy… 🙂

  24. Gorgeous photo. I love it.

  25. I recognized the leaf of the grape vine immediately! Oh, so nice! Thank you for your very nice poetry for the yellow color on my post! I love it! Thank you!

  26. Great capture. Lovely words.

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