Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku Towering skywards St Michaels glows in the sun so bright and rosy AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on January 26, 2017January 25, 2017 Posted in Exeter, History, i phoneographyTagged Exeter, Haiku, Lazy Poets Thursday Haiku, Photography
22 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku”
Lovely. I wonder what shade St Michaels is when the skies are gray.
It’s always beautiful, but the light was stunning that day. My i phone couldn’t really catch it though 🙂
“St. Michaels glows in the sun”, i.n.d.e.e.d. Makes me smile. ❤ ❤ Fitting haiku.
Thanks Tess, glad yo liked it!
Indeed. Indeed. ❤
So lovely, Gilly. 😍
Thanks Sylvia 🙂
Bright and rosy it is 🙂 Looks like the perfect day, darlin!
Especially as I was on my way home!
So poetic! 💖
Thank you Amy 🙂
Gorgeous–thank you for that!
Wonderful haiku. I love the photo as well… Great visual. 🙂
We’re on our second day of startling sunshine, so I’m not envious of the beautiful brightness of your photo. The spire certainly does glow.
Goodie, I hope the sun keeps shining on your lovely face 🙂
If only we could capture the light that we see!
At least we can see the light we can’t capture!
It does look like its’ glowing.
Nicely done … words and photograph
It never looks the same in a photo as we see, but it’s enough to remember 🙂
Oh so bright .. beautiful
Thanks Julie it was nice to see on my way home from work.