Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge #74: Cake and Wolf

 

Running like a wolf

Face caked with tears of fury

Time to stop and breathe

(Ron’s link)

(Image courtesy of Pinterest.)

 

A MUST READ Olga: Like a Wolf | Stuff and what if. The imagery this one brings to mind is powerful, at least it is to me. I can see it and feel it. The more times I read it the more I get into the action of it. (Thank-you Ron for this wonderful comment!)

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About Olga

I have always had an affinity for artistic endeavors and the beauties of nature. The power of the word combined with photography have become my creative spark.
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29 Responses to Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge #74: Cake and Wolf

  1. I’ve been seeing this one on the blogosphere a lot today. Interesting challenge. I think you did well with your spin on cake.

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  2. Jael Aster says:

    Wow, powerfully good.

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  3. AmyRose🌹 says:

    Excellent choice of words, Olga!!! Brava!! ❤

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  4. Sarina says:

    If you think about it, life is like that sometimes, when are are so busy and rushing, rushing, rushing. Great Haiku.

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    • Olga says:

      So true! I’m glad you saw that in my haiku. I felt like that yesterday doing some Christmas shopping, minus the tears, but a bit of fury with the traffic. Ha ha! Cheers.

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  5. jazzytower says:

    Oh, my mind did not even go in this direction. Nicely done!

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  6. Oh, this is powerful! Well done!! ❤

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  7. Love how this works with the two sentences, the opposites and it goes so brilliantly with the photo. And then the metaphorical side to it as well – you certainly created one very powerful haiku!

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  8. nearlywes says:

    It’s like me when I have to run a mile at the gym but I really don’t want to. I love the poem and could really feel the words you used, I feel like we’ve all been to a point where we do so much that it overwhelms and causes us to explode at some point.

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    • Olga says:

      I’m glad that you could feel the words. The haiku form has an intriguing way of revealing a sudden depth of understanding that can be taken on multiple levels. ‘In the eyes of the beholder,’ as they say. I find that a haiku that speaks on different levels is the most interesting and happens by a chance juxtaposition of key words. I’m still learning.

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  9. denis1950 says:

    A wonderful haiku capturing the essence of the wild wolf

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  10. denis1950 says:

    Thanks for your thoughts Olga. The stitches are holding after a week so it looks promising

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  11. denis1950 says:

    Thank you Olga and the same best wishes to yourself and family

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  12. oneta hayes says:

    Olga, thanks for visiting me today and putting a like on my “Breaking News” haiku. I might see you more since we are sharing haiku on Ronavan. Or come follow a while; I’m following you. I love your haiku up top.

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