Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
interesting- the use the word 'tends'much lovegillena
oh thats lovely
really lovely, Magyar. A lovely, poignant image.
There are many blossoms in spring-haiku. These are special. I like it!Best wishesRalf
a unique approach to blossom haiku.i like it
Interesting, Magyarwhoever it is some one should be there to tend, :)wishes, devika
M, I find this interesting. I am not sure I have read anything like it. But it does tell a story doesn't it.Well done.T
_I thank you, friends, for your comments._When I was a boy, my grandmother planted a pear tree, and tended to its needs each season, 'till she passed. _With Nora's haiku I instantly remembered; in fiction here, my mind I saw a bird flitting about through its limbs, tending to the tree's care. _m
What a unique and tend(er) image Magyar - love this.
in a blossoming pear tree --hototogisu!
"tends" is very good indeed, quite believable as observation and rich in association.
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