Rural Stonehenge Haiku

∞ abandoned demesnes ∞

mythical western Stonehenge

lost prairie icons

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14 thoughts on “Rural Stonehenge Haiku

  1. mybhumi says:

    makes me think of some kind of a fairy tale, hansel and gretel for example…maybe it also had to do with the waterpump image from an earlier post. How all of this is connected, I don’t know, but the setting seems familiar from the paper pages from somewhere, sometime long ago. Funny how images bring about random emotions

  2. melodylowes says:

    Brilliant – I’ll never look at the rural countryside the same way again. Rural Stonehenge – classic! 🙂

  3. If only we could trade places — a bit of turquoise lagoons, white beaches and sunny rays. Thank you for your presence on my space.

  4. dragonkatet says:

    What a great pair you have here! Love the picture and the haiku is just perfect for it. That’s pretty neat that you managed to get just the right angles for them all to line up so neatly. The tree really adds some interest, too.

  5. I love your Haiku’s. So earthy, so real. Sorry I can’t do justice with words right now I am so sleepy.

  6. Stonehenge, to me = Wuthering Heights. I love that…

    • Once, I was at this barn in the middle of a spectacular thunderstorm … but without my camera!

      • Oh that happens to me all the time and I hate it! Also right now, I am without a really good camera as I lost my last one (well I didn’t someone else did) so I am looking for another quality one. That’s why I haven’t been posting my own photos on here. But in any case, the photo you chose was PERFECTION for the poem, and that, in and of itself, is artistic creation! I love searching for the perfect photos for my writing. It is an inspiring process, isn’t it?

        • Thank you! Those barns are in Northern Alberta and that area holds a special place in my heart! Being in the right place at the right time for a photo – unreal! Then, finding the right words – MAGICAL!

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