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Rita Odeh



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Monday, May 20, 2013

Haiga-Sunflower Field






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checkpoint at dawn-
the field of sunflowers
facing darkness

021 Notes from the Gean, July 2013
Notes from the Gean





15 comments:

  1. we would like to invite you to the new photo challenge blog
    http://preciousmemories-challenge.blogspot.ru/

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    1. Thanks, Ольга.
      I am honoured by your invitation.

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  2. At the rising Sun the Sunflowers look toward the darkness but, they will shine in the day! Nice! _m

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    1. Interesting feedback. Thanks Magyar for revisiting and taking the time to share your thoughts.

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  3. That's a gorgeous photo, Rita. The sunflowers glow even in the darkness, a metaphor for light triumphing over dark--survivors :)

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  4. Thanks everybody for your valuable feedback.
    Lordana, you are not only a poet, photographer, but also a great critic whom I enjoy reading.

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  5. What an unusual perspective both in the picture and the poem! Makes me stop and wonder if I have ever seen sunflowers facing dark? Yes, of course, they face where they saw the sun last, as do I. I takes an effort, and rightfully so, to turn to and bow to the East.

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  6. a truly magical haiku. makes me think of sunflowers as little suns overcoming the earthy night..thank you for sharing~

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  7. You choose the right words, distilled and imprinted on the reader not soon to fade.

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  8. This is absolutely stunning love it =)

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  9. How beautiful is that? Coloured words on colour photo have double impact.

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