Wednesday, March 28, 2007

One Deep Breath-Short and Sweet


suckling honeybee hangs on for dear life
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indulging life's sweetest passion, creating nectar
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Anonymous Ron said...

What? Two of the best one-liner haikus I've read this week and I'm the first to comment?
Ok. So it's a little late. But hopefully the rest will check back and see what they've been missing.
I especially liked the second one (although they do make a complete statement together). Ah, to create the nectar of life, sort of what it's all about, no? (Kind of like the sexy Crayfish)
Very nice

3/28/2007  
Blogger Marcia said...

Becca, your first one is so different in feel from your second one, which is so poetic, but they both create a strong visual for me.

3/28/2007  
Anonymous susanlavonne said...

oooo la la...i especially like the "passion" and what you said without saying it...
(or maybe you weren't saying it and i was just thinking it but, hey, that's the beauty of open interpretation ;-)

3/29/2007  
Blogger Jone said...

These are so beautifully written and what a great photo.

3/29/2007  
Blogger Tammy said...

I almost missed the bee :) These were fabulous Becca. XXOO

3/29/2007  
Blogger Star said...

These are truly little one-line gems. I'm so glad to see you keeping up with your writing in spite of your busy-ness.

3/29/2007  
Anonymous liquidquick said...

hmmm... maybe not such a life-threatening dilemma when you can fly?

great imagery and double meaning.

3/29/2007  
Anonymous michelle said...

both are wonderful, but I am particularly fond of the first...

3/29/2007  
Blogger getzapped said...

Delightfully tasty one liners! The first one is splendid.

3/29/2007  
Blogger paris parfait said...

These are lovely - I'd never heard of the one-liners before, but you've nailed it. Also like the bright and cheery photo; lately I am mad about yellow!

3/29/2007  
Blogger Naturegirl said...

Wonderful haiku and photo.
You have heard that the honey bees are dying mysteriously..a great concern for us all!What would nature do without our sweet bees!

3/31/2007  
Blogger Colorful Prose said...

The first one speaks to me. I guess the suckling maternal image gets me every time.

3/31/2007  
Blogger Bug said...

you and i must be on the same wavelength--the short story i'm working on this month is about bees!

4/02/2007  

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