Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge #76: Sing and Day

                                                     (Image courtesy of utube.com)

 

That familiar tune

Seeps into the light of day

My heart is singing

 

 

*A tribute to all those Christmas carols that have added magical and musical accents to our yuletide experiences. Merry Christmas to all! I’ve been humming for weeks.

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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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16 Responses to Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge #76: Sing and Day

  1. What would the holidays be without those carols? Great image and words!

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  2. nearlywes says:

    It’s like an disease once one store has it then another and another, and then its get progressive and people start singing them as well. falls over from all the carolers

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  3. Judy Martin says:

    I love this Olga. Christmas without carols would not be as magical. Love the picture too 😀

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  4. denis1950 says:

    The Haiku makes me think of Pink Floyd and the image certainly looks like “Shine on you Crazy Diamond”, thanks for stirring my musical memories I am getting out The Delicate Sound of Thunder right now.

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  5. wfdec says:

    Would that all hearts were singing and not arguing about political correctness.
    Thanks for all your posts. Regards John (suchled)

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  6. jazzytower says:

    Aw, carols, when I was little carols was all that was on the radio all day long . A lovely haiku brought back a lovely memory:)

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    • Olga says:

      Thank-you, Pat. So happy it triggered a lovely memory. I remember caroling door to door with friends in younger years to raise money for those in need. It was a wonderful experience.

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  7. Jael Aster says:

    This is gorgeous! Your words, and the wonderful image!

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