Wuthering Heights. Each time my wife sees Yorkshire looking like that, it's another nail in the coffin of us ever moving up there. Guess she just doesn't see it as God's acres.
that's a tight haiku, love how descriptive it is...happy TT.
Telescoped, as it should be. Leaving the interpretation... I love the voyeurism. -J
Very nice haiku, Alan! The photo is amazing, too!
Most excellent Haiku, sir. Dovetails nicely with the snap, it does :)
Excellent haiku, & a stunning photo!
wow. love this one alan. i feel the wind...
Most excellent haiku, sir. And, that photo sends chills down my spine! Happy Theme Thursday!
That photo is beautiful. Perfect companion to the haiku.
Beautiful haiku and the image is perfect, Alan.
Great imagery, Alan. Thanks.
Short and sweet, but I still remember pretty wild winds and weather on the moors.
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Lovely photo and haiku... Alan for the win on Theme Thursday!
what is it about that wind? It is the wind that comes with rain thunder and lightning that makes my blood wild.And a great photo will always do it too! thanks Alan!
That is a wild haiku.
Had a PACK of wild dogs in my yard yesterday...they were CRAZED alright.Great Haiku Alan.
Very nice indeed!Happy tt.
I like that haiku and nice blog writing you have here too. Nice to meet you, Sir.
Well done, the two match up most excellently!
Very nice writing. I almost missed this post, it got buried. Take care sir.
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I love your TTs... You always have something interesting and different to contribute.
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