Shooting Star

Across heaven’s skies
Shooting star flashes and scoots
Rare to eyes of mine


Image Credit

© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011


About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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25 Responses to Shooting Star

  1. Nanka says:

    I can hardly see the sky with towering buildings all around 😦 So it is a rare sighting for me too if I do see one, which has happened just twice in the past!! 🙂 A thrilling moment to see something unusual happening in the sky!!


  2. I like this very much. The image goes perfectly with it.
    I didn’t get a Haiku done last week. My life and job is crazy busy right now.


  3. Renee Espriu says:

    You are truly blessed to have seen such a site. Awesome!


  4. Very nice, Haiku , Becca. I’ve never seen a shooting star.
    I must see one in my lifetime. Putting it on my list of things I must do.
    Enjoyed this ..


  5. knot2share says:

    Shooting stars- never seen one with my eyes but I am pretty sure it is a magical sight. Loved the haiku and just want to keep staring at the picture :-). Maybe I should make a wish too!


  6. How appropriate haiku Becca, for some day ago (8/10) the Earth passed through the tail of comet Giacobini-Zinner and here from Sweden we could see a meteor shower during the whole evening…. 🙂


  7. Leovi says:

    Delicious haiku, a pretty picture.


  8. Hazel says:

    Maybe I have seen one in my dreams. But they they are rare even in (at least mine) dreams.


  9. Nothing quite so amazing as a shooting star! We got eaten by mosquitoes during the last meteor shower, but it was worth it! Well done, Becca 🙂


  10. G-Man says:

    Excellent Haiku!
    Thanks for visiting


  11. Heavenly Haiku

    When I was little my parents would take us to the Drive-In Movies and we would sit on the hood of the car watching for shooting stars. It was Phoenix in the 50’s -could see LOTS of stars in the sky back then and we always saw shooting stars. Thanks for the memory!
    with love, Judy


  12. Jamie says:

    A lovely choice for a rarity. These days we have to wonder if it’s a shooting star or another piece of a satellite plummeting to Earth!


  13. shail says:

    Getting to watch one is indeed rare. 🙂


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