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Sky on Fire


Some sunsets set the sky on fire.

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Yes my friend you have painted a beautiful picture full of imagery and the picture chosen works very well good luck in the contest regards Jill


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    Thank you for your very positive comments.
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You did a wonderful job with this challenge. The flow was very nice. The theme was good. Very enchanted atmosphere, non-judgmental and thought provoking. Full of vivid images. The artwork complemented your poem.

There was no SPAG, no typos, no room for improvement.

I look forward to seeing you again.

Love you,

Oatmeal


 Comment Written 08-Jul-2017



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    Thank you for such a thorough and complimentary review.
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Dean Kuch
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Better fire in the sky than spreading like wildfire (please excuse the pun) on the ground.
Of course, there was once a science fiction movie titled 'Fire in the Sky' about aliens who abduct a lumberjack from an Oregon logging crew, subject every orifice in his body to probing and tests, then release him.
I think he would have much preferred fire on the ground instead.
By my count (and most likely yours too), I counted 17 syllables used to compose this haiku. That's within the limits stipulated by the form.
Nicely presented.
Best of luck!
~Dean


 Comment Written 08-Jul-2017



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    Thank you, your reviews always bring me a smile.
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Well, wow. This is ANOTHER great entry. This is going to be quite a challenging contest. Beautiful picture, love your haiku!! Blessings...


 Comment Written 07-Jul-2017



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    Thank you, your praise means a lot to me since I respect you as a writer.

reply by Irish Rain on 07-Jul-2017
    Wow, thank YOU!!
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This is a fine entry for the haiku contest on fire
Exact syllables to the 5-7-5 form of haiku
and excellent imagery of the tree silhouettes/sunset
The three lines appear to be connected,
but I don't know if that is a problem
as almost anything goes in haiku on FS
A solid satori third line works well
Good luck in the contest
RS


 Comment Written 07-Jul-2017



reply by the author on 07-Jul-2017
    Thank you for your detailed analysis and positive comments.
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nice poem like you use of silhouettes of trees that lovely wording for the start of the poem. good luck for the contest and thanks for sharing you work Sharon


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    Thank you very much for your good comments and good wishes.
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A very well-written haiku. A red firy sunset color the sky, the background for silhouetted trees. A beautiful colorful scene to remember and enjoy. Good luck with the contest.


 Comment Written 07-Jul-2017



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    Thank you for your very positive comments.
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Hello my friend,

si/lhou/ettes of trees
back/lit by fla/ming sun/set
keep fire in the sky .............................good syllable count

technically, the sun is not a fire but I get what you mean.


 Comment Written 07-Jul-2017



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    Thank you for your analysis and compliments.
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This speaks a beautiful, colourful and eternal view of flaming sunset at the back of the silhouettes of trees as seen upto the horizon in the west and gives a fire view in the sky; I liked.


 Comment Written 07-Jul-2017



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    Thank you for your positive comments.
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thank you for sharing your haiku for this contest. In spite of the limited syllable count, you've given us a great description of a kind of fire - the one at the end of the day in the sunset. Good luck in the contest,

~patty~

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 Comment Written 07-Jul-2017



reply by the author on 07-Jul-2017
    Thank you for such kind words.
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