Despite the sighs and the grayness , I find the haiga strangely uplifting. Perhaps it’s the perspective of the image, which emphasises the vastness of the sky and makes any ‘worries’ seem smaller..?
Plus – we have a Bank Holiday on Monday, so this Sunday is officially sigh-free! 🙂
Woo hooo! Here’s to sigh-free Sundays!
There is something in an evening sky that uplifts me, regardless of day & circumstance … so I’m glad you picked up on that. 🙂
Definitely. Our evening sky tonight included a mass of vivid reds on the horizon – very arresting!
It sounds gorgeous!!! It was rather tame here this evening!
Excellent Jen, I know that I was sighing last night with the thought of a new work week. 🙂
You could feel it in the air last night — the sighs of a million people — not ready for the new work week!
Hoping your Monday was bearable, at least!
Thanks Dom 🙂
hmmm …. sounds like a bad evening … sigh
Whole town seemed so sad and silent, you know?
Yes .. I got that feel of melancholy, this is a very deep haiku/haiga … it brings home the feeling of deep sadness.
Lonely evenings … sigh ….
Ah, well o.O
Such is life, right?
But as Miss Scarlett used to say, “tomorrow … is a new day….”! 😉
did she really … I thought it was another day 😉 which is not as bright actually!
Another day, a new day, any day – so long as it’s not Monday, right?
LOL … you cracked me up with this one! Too right!!!
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