23 comments on “Lantern

  1. Maggie Grace says:

    I was there!!!! Cool place.

  2. Had to look it up….great take on the prompt

  3. jrbsays says:

    Now I want to see a door in Tlaquepaque (not to mention what’s going on behind it)

  4. I looked it up, Mark. Awesome!

  5. Priti Lisa says:

    I heart google!
    And your poem too!

  6. Lea says:

    Great to slip through the door of your haiku to a place I’ve not yet been!

  7. Cathy Tenzo says:

    I was another Googler, but I still like the haiku a lot. It’s good to learn things, but I doubt I can pronounce it!

  8. At first read I thought Tlaquepaque what? I had to search the Internet, but those doors are really awesome and you have caught it in a nice haiku. Thank you for introducing me to this kind of doors.

  9. artmusedog says:

    Wonderful learning haiku for me about the door ~ and very creative haiku ~ carol, xo

  10. 4joy says:

    joining the googlers, I now love it even more…such a visual treat….

  11. great geography lesson today Mark.
    there is always a celebration behind those doors
    very nice haiku

  12. gemma says:

    Glad they leave the lantern on….

  13. jazzbumpa says:

    blown glass lanterns emitting
    their soft golden glow


  14. WabiSabi says:

    I can almost hear the old door opening on rusty hinges as I try to peer behind it to see what is going on in the glow of the lantern! Thanks for sharing this moment with me!

  15. Now that i know, it does create a wonderful, mysterious, inviting image!

  16. had to look up Tlaquepaque … great imagery… I can see those dark city streets were just a lantern make a difference

  17. rebecca says:

    i love doors open just enough to allow a peek…

  18. GILLENA COX says:

    nice one the sound of opening word echoes through; thank you for stopping by my blog

    much love…

  19. judie says:

    Thanks for the learning experience. But even before the lesson, my imagination took me behind a cracked open door where light spilled out, and I found awesome adventures. Your poetry itself is always an open door for the mind to wander.

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