ten trillion bubbles
nibbling away at the rock
till there’s only dust

Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Yokohama Bay, Oahu, Hawaii
More The Height of Haiku Challenge, Day 21 with the theme “Bubbles” here
More Straight Out of the Camera shots here
More Short Story Slam, Week 11 here
More Watery Wednesday photos here

Posted on September 20, 2011, in haiku, Hawaii, my digital photos, my haiku, Oahu, Short Story Slam, The Height of Haiku Challenge, Watery Wednesday, Yokohama Bay. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. I like this. Especially that first line and the alliteration!

  2. What a lovely way of stating it!!

  3. I love the photo and the words.. have a great night!

  4. love the imagery your words create.
    well done.

  5. ten trillion bubbles, love it

  6. Very creative indeed! Well done.

  7. You are so creative! Nothing better the pictures of waves crashing against the shoreline.
    Enjoy your day!
    Debbie’s Travels

  8. Love the Haiku… wonderful image…

  9. Corrosive bubbles, and all the while they were fun bubbles!!
    Beautiful write and the expression!!

  10. Creating the sands of time, perhaps.

  11. Hard science couched in haiku beauty. solid work.

  12. I like your take on the prompt, mmt. It’s different from everything else I’ve read so far.

  13. A great shot and words to match. That’s a rugged coastline.

  14. What a beautiful scene. I bet the water again the rock was making a good bit of noise when you were there taking the photo. I love to hear the water…it is so soothing. Wonderful capture. genie

  15. A tremendous haiku. Reminds us of the power of the elements.

  16. amazing Haiku, Thanks for linking.

  17. I like this. very profound 🙂

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