Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Lingering Warmth

haiku: We were freezing and / the sunset was so great, we / wanted to wear it.

This haiku is a true story from a camping trip on the Appalachian Trail last November. The above image is a photograph of the sunset by Eric. The below is a screenprinted reconstruction of it that we collaborated on.

The screenprint is available on a t-shirt at Ten East Read! Why not check it out?

Possibly related haiku:
Cave Dwelling
What happens in the woods...
It's Unreal

Tuesday, November 09, 2010


haiku: He's a dinosaur! / I mean, he is young - on a / geologic scale.

It's my birthday! I made a dinosaur out of pipe cleaners. I found this surprisingly cathartic.

Possibly related haiku:
It's Always Something
Best Belt-Buckle Ever

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Every Word Counts

What if it's a picture of a novel? [haiku: A picture is worth / one thousand words. Can someone / fix my word count tool?]

It's November, so here is another NaNoWriMo-inspired haiku. It is 14 words long, plus a thousand for the picture... If only I could get Word to do the math right!

Words by me, photo by Eric.

Possibly related haiku:
Photo inflation
What can I say?
NaNo Haiku