*Upon The Bed Of Winter*

Like a frozen rose
upon the bed of winter
the past lying dead

© Eclipse 2011

Shared on Season’s Favorite Challenge by Broken Sparkles

Jingle PoetryThe Purple Treehouse

One Single Impression  and Haiku Heights

Image: Frozen Rose by UKTara

~ by Eclipse on July 23, 2011.

14 Responses to “*Upon The Bed Of Winter*”

  1. Excellent!
    Happy Holidays….
    I know you write stunning Haiku, welcome sharing with us,
    1 to 3 or more are welcome.
    no theme.
    Hope to see you in,

  2. […] pirouetting in on silvery-toed slippers of snow Winter came on the wings of eagles. Like a frozen rose and a February song the stars whispered Christmas tales in the Midnight blue to […]

  3. Altogether beautiful post – poem and photo. Nice work!

  4. way to go.


    Welcome sharing your poetry with us today.

    Poems that are old but need more attention, poems related to nature and life are welcome.

    Keep up the excellence.
    Hope to see you linked in and share.


  5. This was quite well done. You did a terrific job with the haiku and the image was perfect.

  6. My dream of having a united world is exactly that… a dream but..before too long mankind is going to realise they have to unite to survive. With our greed now, we are racing ourselves head on into our own extinction and, maybe that’s what we deserve, too. But, I can dream eh! 🙂

  7. Beautiful entry for winter. Haunting.

  8. well done Haiku.

  9. Your word choice conveys strong meaning. Haiku can be so effective when well-constructed. Nice work.

  10. Very sweet little saying! Loving the rose image! Thanks for everything!

  11. The past is best left in the depths of the deep freeze… But every now and again a Rose will emerge to warm even the coldest of winters days in the memory when held in the hand of love…

    An excellent depiction of the graphic with your simple and yet powerful statement here Eclipse… Enjoy the day- the moment! also,, Love Dreamwalker xoxox

  12. Beautiful. Haiku is such a charming way to say so little but, mean so much!

  13. What a cool shot and words.

  14. Powerful words, Eclipse and I love the stark contrast of the red against the gray…gives more depth and meaning.

    Nicely done, my friend!

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