Sunday, November 7, 2010

Superman!!


SUPERMAN

What Wright had in mind
for the Guggenheim was a
Spiral stuffed with art.

                 It's a building, it's a landmark, it's super monument!!  Come on in!  Potluck Poetry...  Share, it's a good thing!!


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38 comments:

joanny said...

Lyn

Perfect haiku for a beautiful art museum. Miss that about not living in New York...

cheers,
joanny

Lyn said...

Hi Joanny-
Thanks for stopping by..I pass the G every morning on my "walk"..come back!!

Gaston Studio said...

Love the Guggenheim, and the poem!

Lyn said...

Hi Jane-
Thank you..whenever I round the corner and see it, it still takes my breath away!!

lukepraterswordsalad said...

great Haiku/Senryu. Clever, inventive

Cheers

Luke @ WordSalad

(mine are here -
http://wp.me/pTeVg-cx
http://wp.me/pTeVg-cP

Jingle Poetry said...

Lyn,

you are such a treasure to me,
love you, very powerful poem,
aptly done...

http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/my-sister-lives-too-far-away/

here is one of my entries,
a poetry award 4 you and thank you for your support on week 9 potluck fun.
Enjoy!
xxx

Lyn said...

Hi Jingle-
Thank you..the most generous soul..giving us all so many opportunities..wish I had your energy!!

Lyn said...

Hi Luke-
Thank you..this place stares me in the face!!

jessicasjapes said...

Very neat little poem. You say it all in 3 lines.

http://jessicasjapes.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/my-fortress/

Lyn said...

Hi Jessica-
Haiku to the rescue..thanks!!

fiveloaf said...

wright has lots of followers who seem to think that the snail is indeed his creation!haha!

Lyn said...

Hi fiveloaf-
Very funny! Who's on first?? This place does sweep one along...

Jeane said...

good morning Lyn :) - love this photo of the iconic bldg and your haiku so good with that hint of humor laced around the edges xxo 11 more months

Ramesh Sood said...

Good one.. liked the haiku..

I too have tried haikus.. your visit will be emboldening..

Lyn said...

Hi Jeane-
Thank you..and I'm counting the days!!

Elisabeth said...

I'm here through Cuban. I enjoy creativity, too and the links between visual art and the written word, but I am stuck with words. It's good to meet you here.

TALON said...

I loved this - a spiral stuffed with art! :)

Lyn said...

Hi Ramesh Sood-
Thank you..the haiku is a wonderful form..like a game, I think!

Lyn said...

Hi Elisabeth-
Welcome..nice of you to visit..so admire Cuban..
Words, images..all a blessing..thanks!!

Lyn said...

Hi Talon-
Thanks..I love that place!!

Reflections said...

How fun... I was wondering if anyone would touch on this building. Nice Haiku.

tasithoughts said...

Absolutely great haiku that kept alive in my mind.

JP

http://tasithoughts.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/names-on-a-slab-of-stone/

Lyn said...

Hi Reflections-
Thank you..this was an easy one for me..right down the street!!

Lyn said...

Hi tasithoughts-
So pleased that you liked this..thanks so much!!

A Cuban In London said...

This is one of those haikus (sp?) that goes beyond the conventions, if any.

Great poem.

Greetings from London.

Shashi said...

I have loved the buildings of "Wright" and your words have caught the essense of the same.. I njoyed this so much, specially as I am pasionate about designs

("I have featured a book too in my dsigns section in my blog... if you have some time, read it, I am sure you will enjoy it. http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2010/11/design-street-great-designs-from-past.html)

Thanks for sharing this one...

ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya
Twitter: @VerseEveryDay
Blog: http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com

Lyn said...

Greetings to a Cuban-
Always appreciate your kind words..I have trouble counting, a haiku isn't easy!! Thank you, thank you...

Lyn said...

Hi Shashi-
Wright was always right, wasn't he? I am in awe of his ability! and thanks for the info about the book!

young-eclectic-encounters said...

Nice post- glad to have found your blog. As this is my first visit I went back and read several other posts and thoroughly enjoyed them.
Johnina :^A

Lyn said...

Hi Johnina-
So glad you stopped by..always happy to make a new aquaintance..thanks for the kind words!

uma.a said...

simple yet elegant

JamieDedes said...

Nicely done. Have always like the Guggenheim.

Happy Potluck ... Poem on.

Kind Spirit said...

Very apt. Tiny lines. Beautiful imagination. I loved it.

Windsmoke. said...

G' day From Australia, Nice photo of a icon and Haiku. I'm trying write a Haiku i've only written one but i'm still trying.

Lyn said...

Hi uma a.-
Thanks for your very nice words...

Lyn said...

Hi JamieDedes-
Definitely intend to "poem on" ..
Thanks!!

Lyn said...

Hi Kind Spirit-
Thanks for your comment..very nice!!

Lyn said...

Hi Windsmoke-
G'day from NY!! So good to hear from you...just keep writing..it's all we can do!!

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