Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #36 Field & Beacon – Wildlife

You were the beacon
and I the forgotten field
now fruitful with life

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10 thoughts on “Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #36 Field & Beacon – Wildlife

  1. Vashti Quiroz-Vega 21/03/2015 / 6:13 am

    Hi Claudette! I got a picture of a pregnant woman who was abandoned by the love of her life. 😦 I’m probably way off. Loved it.

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    • Claudette 21/03/2015 / 9:44 am

      Hi Vashti – the fertility bit was right – but I didn’t mean to imply abandonment. However, poetry can be read many different ways. Thanks for commenting.

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    • Wild Daffodil 23/03/2015 / 5:54 am

      I can see how you got there – I too thought of pregnancy but not abandoned – love the enigma of it

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      • Claudette 23/03/2015 / 7:24 am

        🙂 must be something in that then – everyone seems to be getting the same picture. When I wrote this it was with my husband in mind (when I first met him) so it was all happy for me.

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  2. Ronovan 23/03/2015 / 5:43 am

    I agree with Vashti on the definition of the fertility part. I saw a perhaps a pregnancy later than expected or a surprise after a time a trying.

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    • Claudette 23/03/2015 / 7:20 am

      mmm – interesting. Wasn’t my intention, but maybe it was subliminal as it was about my husband.

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