A tranquil morning
fish wonder who will eat them
thoughts drift out to sea
Last night I went to a poetry and blues evening with Fitzgerald Kusz reading poems to the legendary blues play of Klaus Brandl. The two Nuremberg cultural greats pulled off an awesome show. After a mega intense work week in Portland this combination of poetry in frankonian dialect and blues really slowed me down and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was never a big reader of poetry. Maybe the combination of music and words did the trick, I was really fascinated by the poems about day to day life scenes. And I loved Fitzgerald Kusz’s frankonian Haikus.
When back home I read about what makes a Haiku and the basic rules. Thanks for the know how the web provides. This morning I wrote my first Haiku. Photography and Haiku is also a combination that could go well together. I believe in cross-pollination !
Don’t be to hard on me 😉 ! Have a blessed and sunny Sunday!
How many stories can an image tell?
That grin on my face when i read it!! Great work mate! Loved it
Hey!! Just one more thing. I am an amateur poet , who is a bit new to this platform .I would really appreciate if you would visit my blog ( The Diary of the fallen soul) and follow me if you like my content.Feel free to refuse though!
I loved it. Both the poem and the photography.☺
Thanks, Sherin, so much appreciated! Marcus
You are welcome. Can you please read my poem and feel free to share some suggestions. Thank you ☺
Good job on the haiku! I think they are fun to create.
Thanks, Vicki, my goal is a new Haiku each weekend 🙂 !
The photo and poem were a good match 🙂
Well thank you so much. I just might to try another Haiku next weekend 🙂 !
Love the haiku! You’re right, they do pair well with photography. You inspire me to try! Poor fish!!!!!
Thanks, Erica, this means a lot! Give it a try and post it 😉 !
Seems good to me! 😀 great photo to match too. Have a great week Marcus!
Thanks, Janet 🙂
Yay, I love it and I’m glad you could slow down as well. Hugs
Thanks, my friend !
Marcus, I like your little haiku! Especially “thoughts drift out to sea…” And I like very much your picture; it has a wonderful story!
Thank you, so much appreciated! Have a great week! Marcus
Welcome to the world of haiku paired with photography! I was told it is not usually done but I didn’t listen and love the daily contemplative practice… looking forward to reading more of your poetry! – Viel Spass und viel Glueck!
Danke, Anna 🙂 !! Will do my best to get into a poetry groove 😉 ! At least once in a while !
Your poem made me smile. Instead of making the woman the subject of your Haiku you focused on the ‘thinking’ fish. 🙂
Thank you for your comment, it means a lot. Making someone smile with my first ever Haiku 🙂 ! Have a great week! Marcus
Nicely done! 😊
Thank you. much appreciated!
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and comment, it means a lot! Marcus