Ha'penny Bridge
Ha’Penny Bridge, the River Liffey, Dublin, Ireland

What weird script is this,
scribbled grey across the sky—
a Gaelic lovesong?

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on January 10, 2013, in Dublin, Ein Stück Himmel, Haiku Heights, Himmelsk, Ireland, senryu, Sky Watch Friday and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 28 Comments.

  1. Beautiful photograph 🙂

  2. Great photo! I have been there, but I did not spend half-a-penny crossing it…
    Have a nice evening!

  3. I’m willing to hear that love song!

  4. What a lovely haiku. Well written!

  5. Very beautiful photo for SWF!Thank you for sharing and have a nice weekend!

  6. A very lovely silver grey scene! This river’s name is the name of the hamlet where I lived in Tasmania for a couple of years.

  7. A lovely, silvery scene indeed! Beautiful capture for the day! Hope you have a great weekend! Good to see you back online!

  8. The verse and the picture perfectly complement each other!!

  9. Always good to read you, Teacherman!

  10. So clean and lovely. Gives me peaceful feeling.

  11. Love the little splashes of colour.

  12. Beautiful, romantic words and a lovely view!

  13. Wierd script….definately it is…but still the take decides…picture goes well with your words..:)

  14. Not quite the same as the desert love songs your skies usually sing!

  15. Gray skies can be beautiful in their own way too. Thanks for sharing.
    JM Illinois

  16. a Gaelic lovesong? really liking that use

  17. I like the scribble grey across the sky, good one ~

  18. I am wondering the same…

  19. nice haiku to compliment a lovely pic.

  20. a good one MMT………. 🙂

  21. A great Haiku with a fabulous picture .

  22. Beautiful haiku to go with a great photograph. I love the idea of script in the sky.

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