Bathed in Light

Strolling towards the Pump Room in Bath, I passed beneath this classical archway while the sky of unclouded blue sang above.

Strolling towards the Pump Room in Bath, I passed beneath this classical archway while the sky of unclouded blue sang above.

 In the lake, a moon,

Misguided in its madness,

Bathing in the light

Ronovan writes promts this week are guide and mad. A challenging one indeed!

Thanks to Ronovan for inspiration and also for the time and effort that he puts into the challenge.

I do not have a photo of a moon in a lake so I have used a light filled picture I took in Bath to go with the theme. It also has some lovely Crescents so that is another justification for linking it to “Moon”. Perhaps a little obscure but I have wanted to post this picture for a while and here it is.

If you love haiku as much as I do you might like to participate in my own Haiku challenge, “TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge” too. You can find this week’s prompt by clicking HERE . A new prompt each week based on a common household object.

Some past examples are listed below with a gallery of the prompt photos that I created for the challenge.

Games                          Mirror                        Tray                          Teapot                      

Candlestick                  Keys                           Bowl                          Clock                        

Chair                            Box                             Photograph              Vase                           

Platter                           Pen

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5 thoughts on “Bathed in Light

  1. Pingback: RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge Roundup 53 | ronovanwrites

  2. Hello! The haiku is truly beautiful. The picture is also lovely. The beautiful blue sky represents the lake, the archway the moon, and the structure itself is the light since it is reflecting plenty of sunshine. 😉

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    • Oh! Thank you for your lovely description of the picture. I did think it went strangely with the haiku and so delighted that you are able to put it so beautifully into context. Best wishes! 🙂

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