226. Glaze 

I took the above photo at a music festival I visited last week. The view of the main stage over the waterway between the city and the island lake, from the second stage residing on the island, was breathtaking. Submissive to the omnipresent glaze of gold and blue that cast dimmed light over the city, the eponymous skyline stood seemingly still; although closer inspection would reveal the many tracks that its inhabitants would leave on its face with every passing moment. I wrote this haiku about the sky, and it’s ability to register great emotion within me.

Canvas pure of sin,

Casting glow on all within, 

Life’s so tawdry bowl. 

(Photo – Eli Woodbine, Canada, 2016) 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Marta Frant says:

    Well, haiku is not an easy genre but you’ve mastered it!

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    1. eliwoodbine says:

      Thankyou Marta, that’s kind of you to say. I’m grateful the you enjoy my haikus. Please stay in touch. Eli

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      1. Marta Frant says:

        You’re welcome, Eli!

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