Word a Week/Carpe Diem Haiga: Boat(load) of Curiosity

curiosity

mind adrift toward distant shores

chaos acquiesced

Sunset at the Marina

Sunset at the Marina

Kristjaan at Carpe Diem taught me a new term this week for the combination of my photos and haiku: haiga.

So this submission is surely in his honor.

I also noticed that Sue at A Word in Your Ear had her Word a Week challenge out on Boat.

The two seemed to dock harmoniously together, much like these vessels resting at the marina, preparing to dream of more chaotic days to come, where the wind will again whip through their curious sails.

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9 thoughts on “Word a Week/Carpe Diem Haiga: Boat(load) of Curiosity

  1. Sailors are an inquisitive lot, for sure. And, even when they are safely moored, they are thinking about the next challenge and curious how it will play out! Good take on the prompt.Curious

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