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Haiku inspired by mist
Fog shrouded river
Details fade; what lies within
Mountains; trees; hints of glory
Smudges on canvas
Beyond the temple
Unseen beauty lies hidden
‘Til sun sets it free
These images are the result of some experimentation I did on Midjourney a while back. They suggested poetic themes to me, so I decided to oblige them and write some haiku.
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I had initially planned to just include the gallery you see at the top. But I didn’t like the way Substack cuts them off. It takes away the impact. At full length, these images are (to me at least) breathtaking. Stubby versions just don’t have the same effect.
Misty images make me think of fantasy worlds and send my imagination soaring. There’s magic hidden behind the fog. Anything could be true of what lies within. (Hmm, this is beginning to sound a bit like Schrodinger’s cat, but with mist.)
Does mist affect you this way? Or is it just a nuisance to drive through? Leave a comment!