This week’s word prompt was NATURAL:
authentic and natural,
a breath of fresh air.
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No better kind of conversation than that.
I agree, Anthony. Thanks!
That is a naturally nice haiku 😉
Thank you, kkkkaty!
more natural fresh feelings! less polluted ideas! great haiku!
Thanks, Tara. I agree with both!
Felt soothing and breezy…love the ‘conversation’ angle on prompt…nice work
Nothing nicer than a soothing and breezy conversation — seems they don’t happen often enough!
Reblogged this on Jan Morrill Writes and commented:
A haiku based on the word prompt, “Natural.”
Sometimes I envision a natural conversation as exactly that – a palpable bundle of air taking shape in the empty space between two people. It expands and grows little fractal bumps and knobs like a potato left out on the counter too long. Always swaying and turning as each conversant adds and pushes and pulls on it. You’ve created a crystal seed of all these ideas for me!
I like your idea of it expanding into little fractal bumps that, like a potatoes “nubs” will grow into new conversations. Thank you!
Very nice. It leaves such a good feeling of having just such natural conversations – true, no bull 😉
I love a good conversation!
I long for such conversations!
The Natural Way
Sadly, they’re few and far between, aren’t they?
Those conversations are the best… hard to have with someone!
Her buckets emptied, yet so full!
Thank you, Pranita. With technology all around us, sometimes we just need to take the time to have these conversations in real life.
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That is exactly one reason I married my husband!
You are a lucky girl, Ria!
Natural conversation… best thing ever! Lovely haiku.
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