Forgiveness #haiku #photography


fragrant offering

undeserving of soft beauty

I’ve been forgiven

Today at Carpe Diem the prompt is forgiveness. Join us as we delve into the world of Haiku.


17 thoughts on “Forgiveness #haiku #photography

    1. you’re not working hard egnouh. I get that, too, but on the other hand, I’m not convinced I can look back at this year and point to 52 distinct things as finished, so if I actually manage this, or even come close? Definitely working!Good luck with your goals!


  1. oh my, I think everyone that asks for forgiveness deserves the promise of it.
    Your picture and words were so exquisite for the ache and longing of being forgiven.


    1. Thanks Rebecca. A small child of your own sure has a way of showing you up for the fool you are, if you take my minenag. It definitely gives some perspective along with all the unexpected emotions, well unexpected to some extent, anyway.


  2. Hi Crystal, traditionally haiku is coempsod of three lines, with a maximum of 17 syllables. It can be 3-5-3 or 5-7-5. More modern forms of haiku don’t necessarily follow the 3-5-3 or 5-7-5, but they should still be on three lines to stay within the spirit of haiku: a single moment in time captured. 🙂


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