Daily Haiku Challenge, day 15

The prompt for the 15the day of the Haiku Challenge is the word “Solitude.”


Flickr image by bomboyp

Precious solitude,
Keeper of my sanity,
Stay in reach today.

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19 Responses to Daily Haiku Challenge, day 15

  1. RJ Clarken says:

    I love the photograph with the haiku. It’s simple but speaks volumes and definitely shows that solitude is within our grasp.

  2. Bodhirose says:

    Beautiful, Mike, and the photo is perfect. I too need my solitude.

  3. honeyhaiku says:

    Ah! How I can relate. Superb. I am going to remember this…

  4. Yes, yes, yes, I agree…you took it and totally put it on display…it does just that, keeps me from losing it all lol, well done! 🙂

  5. Sometimes we need that time to ourselves to recharge. I personally spend a little too much time by myself so my battery has a lot of reserve! Lovely Haiku.

  6. Becca Givens says:

    I do not know what I would do without my solitude … my battery charging time … sometimes it is in short supply! :-)Thank you for sharing ~~ Becca

  7. trisha says:

    solitude is a must for me too. An essential part of my daily life.


  8. vivinfrance says:

    Truth in a nutshell.

  9. ladynimue says:

    true said .. some solitude is necessary to keep a track of your ideas 🙂

  10. sarah says:

    wo…that was some take on the prompt. solitude is very precious nd special for me too, so full marks to this haiku of urs. lovely pic 🙂

  11. This is so good…I would be crazy without solitude!

  12. Jingle says:

    solitude is here to stay
    with you in the bay…

    very brilliant piece.

  13. Mike, lovely Haiku.. Thanks for this..

    Someone is Special

  14. Sumit Sarkar says:

    Solitude is definitely keeper of my sanity too…
    the last line is superb 🙂

  15. Love the imagery and the image! – Brian

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