Sunday, October 7, 2012

Christmas Cottage



the light inside
the Christmas Cottage
memories of home



October 5 NaHaiWrimo prompt: masterpiece
Prompter: Scott Abeles
See comments here.

Photo Credit: Thomas Kinkade online gallery

Shared with Haiku Heights #190
Prompt: home 

15 comments:

  1. ang agang Pasko niyan ah. (too early for Christmas) :) but beautiful!

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    1. hehehe It's the "ber" month already. Christmas is just around the corner lol

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  2. Beautiful photograph. I also like you made the prompt about Christmas.

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    1. All of Kinkade's paintings are beautiful! Actually, I already wrote the haiku when for NaHaiWrimo when I found out that "home" was the next prompt for Haiku Heights. :-)

      Thanks for stopping by and for following my blog. :-)

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    1. Is it? I should look up Bing Crosby. :-) Thanks for visiting my blog...

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  4. I don't feel Christmas but it does remind me of home ~

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  5. There's something both alluring and sad about being on the outside looking in...

    Desert Home

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    1. Yes, it's also sad, especially if you miss home.

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  6. Wow I wasn't ready for a Christmas haiku quite yet!! Lovely words though, to go with the image!

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    1. hahaha Yes, it's too early for Christmas, but the warmth/light in this photo reminds me so much of how it feels like to be home.

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  7. Yes I also expect Bing Crosby to break out into " White Christmas" hiding behind the bushes:) Lovely pic and warm feeling.

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  8. homely past, which is the wit we hold and it lasts.

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  9. What a nice haiku ... a real Christmas Carol.

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