Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
this one made me smilemuch lovegillena
this draws a slightly disturbing image for me... hope all is well
I fear I don’t understand very well the meaning of “stitches”, Magyiar, but it reminds me ofwinter eveningwith tiny stitchesthe doll's smile returnsINGRID KUNSCHKEGrand Prize, Kusamakura 2002This ku of Ingrid Kunschke was great.Rudi
yes, it evoked a mixed feeling, Magyar but, knowing its for your grandchild, i smile :)wishes, devika
_She was supposed to be asleep, and I mildly admonished her for talking, and keeping her doll awake. _She said "Papa... her eyes are open, and I'm just counting stitches." I likened her answer (with a smile) to 'counting sheep.'_All is well!_m
great moment, Magyar. Tender, without slipping into sentimentality or cuteness, as so many kiddie-ku do.
very sweetly captured, Magyar. I like it!Travel safely!
it is a lovely moment... kids say the best things - theyre like little Buddhists that live in the moment
This is sweetly captured moment Magyar - love the counting 'stitches'.
To "live in the moment" as Dalloway says is one of the best defencies one can have, whether it's sheeps or stiches as long as the results is the same.
I think it is Perfect. I can see how the rag doll watches, but cannot seem to get her rest. However, I can see how Polona might get the disturbibg image as well. I hope your trip is going wellT
A fading link from NH: My friends, I thank you all for your graceful and understanding comments! C U soon._m
So much love in this, _m!Best wishesRalf
This was so sweet!! Loved it!
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