Journey’s End


Cutting through the gloom,
freighter’s journey ending soon—
berthing place is nigh.

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Elliott Bay, Seattle
More Haiku Heights with the theme “Nigh” here
More Watery Wednesday photos here
More Ruby Tuesday photos here
More REDnesday photos here

Posted on April 12, 2011, in Haiku Heights, my digital photos, my senryu, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, Seattle, Watery Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Nice shot…perfect for RT

  2. Fantastic shot!

  3. This is interesting.

  4. Love the freighter. It looked so familiar and then when I read where the shot was taken, I realized I had seen that line on my visits to Seattle to see my son and his family. The logo is very distinctive. Great capture.

  5. love this picture!

  6. Great capture.
    Until now, Indonesian sailors are still hijacked by Somalia pirates 😦

  7. I like your line, ‘cutting through the gloom’. Beautiful imagery illustrated so well by the dreary colour of water and sky.

  8. The water is so calm. great shot.

  9. Beautiful Shot.

    Happy WW.

  10. I so love watching the freighters on Port Phillip Bay wondering about the mystery of their cargo! Lovely photo and poem!

  11. I can relate to your haiku today…I spent several hours on the harbor yesterday seeing a lot of activity with ships coming into port.

    My Watery Link, if you’d care to visit is here:
    Have a glorious day!

  12. Nice shot, and as always, I so enjoy your haiku today! I remember struggling so much with those in school, but you’ve definitely got a natural talent for them. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Happy REDnesday,

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