42 thoughts on “Urban Cobweb Haiku

    • Thanks, I was quite surprised by that picture. It spoke to me in a way that the actual place didn’t. I learned something from it, but I’m not sure I can put into words what that was.


  1. I woke up this morning a bit anxious about how to handle my day. I had a businesmeeting, a doctor appointement and so on. Then I read about your spider- bus ……And those words talked to the little girl inside of me who really believed that it was a bucket full of gold at the end of the rainbow. That little girl who seeked shelter in her fantasy when she was growning up. Suddenly after all this years, this Trolley spider -bus made me think of her. And that web was like a shelter for me during the rest of my workingday. If I fell, I was safe, the spider -web would catch me before I hit the ground. Thank you for that.


  2. Brenda, I usually do everything to avoid power lines in photographs, but you incorporated them and made them the theme of your Haiku. I enjoy seeing things from different perspectives and enjoyed your post! By the way, thanks for liking my Atlanta Aquarium Video. I enjoyed making it.


    • I didn’t see the cobweb at all until I uploaded the pictures. I drove out of my way to get away from the wires in that shot to get a clearer shot of the sunset, and then I didn’t use any of those. Life is funny that way. 🙂 Namaste, Brenda


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