It's true. It's real.
LynPerfect haiku for a beautiful art museum. Miss that about not living in New York... cheers,joanny
Hi Joanny- Thanks for stopping by..I pass the G every morning on my "walk"..come back!!
Love the Guggenheim, and the poem!
Hi Jane- Thank you..whenever I round the corner and see it, it still takes my breath away!!
great Haiku/Senryu. Clever, inventiveCheersLuke @ WordSalad(mine are here -http://wp.me/pTeVg-cxhttp://wp.me/pTeVg-cP
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
Hi Jingle- Thank you..the most generous soul..giving us all so many opportunities..wish I had your energy!!
Hi Luke- Thank you..this place stares me in the face!!
Very neat little poem. You say it all in 3 lines.http://jessicasjapes.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/my-fortress/
Hi Jessica- Haiku to the rescue..thanks!!
wright has lots of followers who seem to think that the snail is indeed his creation!haha!
Hi fiveloaf- Very funny! Who's on first?? This place does sweep one along...
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
Good one.. liked the haiku.. I too have tried haikus.. your visit will be emboldening..
Hi Jeane- Thank you..and I'm counting the days!!
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.
I loved this - a spiral stuffed with art! :)
Hi Ramesh Sood- Thank you..the haiku is a wonderful form..like a game, I think!
Hi Elisabeth- Welcome..nice of you to visit..so admire Cuban.. Words, images..all a blessing..thanks!!
Hi Talon- Thanks..I love that place!!
How fun... I was wondering if anyone would touch on this building. Nice Haiku.
Absolutely great haiku that kept alive in my mind.JPhttp://tasithoughts.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/names-on-a-slab-of-stone/
Hi Reflections- Thank you..this was an easy one for me..right down the street!!
Hi tasithoughts- So pleased that you liked this..thanks so much!!
This is one of those haikus (sp?) that goes beyond the conventions, if any.Great poem.Greetings from London.
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 शिवायOm Namah ShivayaTwitter: @VerseEveryDayBlog: http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com
Greetings to a Cuban- Always appreciate your kind words..I have trouble counting, a haiku isn't easy!! Thank you, thank you...
Hi Shashi- Wright was always right, wasn't he? I am in awe of his ability! and thanks for the info about the book!
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
Hi Johnina- So glad you stopped by..always happy to make a new aquaintance..thanks for the kind words!
simple yet elegant
Nicely done. Have always like the Guggenheim. Happy Potluck ... Poem on.
Very apt. Tiny lines. Beautiful imagination. I loved it.
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.
Hi uma a.- Thanks for your very nice words...
Hi JamieDedes- Definitely intend to "poem on" .. Thanks!!
Hi Kind Spirit- Thanks for your comment..very nice!!
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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