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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Fingerprint ~ Haiku Heights #261

all I have of you
is the fingerprint of words
inked in a notebook

jjjjjjjjjj

tiny fingerprints
left on a dusty table
toddler’s signature


©Susie Clevenger 2013



9 comments :

Usha Menon said...

Susie, this simply marvellous. The first one is very poignant.

Siggi in Downeast Maine said...

I love the first one, a unique take on the prompt. I really found this one a difficult prompt for some reason.
and the second one...so true..toddlers and their fingerprints in the dust. Or on car windows drawing in the foggy dampness
Peace,
Siggi

Nanka said...

I have my daughters finger painting drawings and love to see those tiny dots, now that she is an adult!! :)

mindlovemisery said...

Oh Susie these are both absolutely exquisite. The first one wow, blew me away and the second one precious

The new prompt is also up

Kalpana Solsi said...

loved the second one and reminded me of my childhood days

kaykuala said...

The first is my fav, Susie! Its has deep metaphor meaning that rings! Great!

Hank

Panchali said...

Wow, the first one is just so neat...and the second one is delightful, Susie :))

Reshma said...

Loved your Haiku Susie, the second one is simply adorable :)

Reading Pleasure said...

Both wonderfully done

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