September 4, 2014 Shimmering Pavement (Haiku) 21 Comments Shimmering pavement Heats joyous dance on black stage Fall is in the wings ~~ Dominic R. DiFrancesco ~~ Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestRedditEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Dom DiFrancesco in Poetry Tagged: coolness, fall, haiku, heat, hot, poem, seasons, summer, sweat
I can picture this dance;) black tutus with shiny black rhinestones…
…and dancing on hot coals. 🙂
I remember seeing that shimmer effect a few times in Florida. Doesn’t seem to happen in New York.
It happens hear in Arizona all of the time in the summer. Maybe it has to do with the very hot temperatures and low humidity, but that would be a better question for our meteorologist friends. 🙂
Only meteorologist I know is in Alaska. Not really sure why anyone would move there.
I would love to go there sometime for a visit, but I certainly wouldn’t want to live there. I could ask my brother-in-law, he is a meteorologist for NOAA.
Went there on a cruise. Beautiful area.
Someday I hope to, but it probably won’t be anytime soon. 🙂
Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
A HOT TIME, FOR SURE! 😀
It is indeed, thank you my friend. 🙂
Very nice imagery!
Thank you my friend. 🙂
They say fall is coming … but that heat is still oppressive! Still, the image of the heat dance is very inspired 🙂
Thank you, we see it all of the time here as you can well imagine. 🙂
Beautiful but please keep fall in the wings for a good while yet!
For you I hope so, for us, we are still well over 100 degrees F every day…a little fall would be nice. 🙂
Just waiting for its curtain call.
For us, we probably have another month. It has been 110 degrees several days this week, but thankfully only in the 90’s next week. 🙂
Many thanks. 🙂