Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
ah... a lesson in survival...
... and a lesson in English as well. Didn't know what inchworm, briered and catbird mean in German. In the end it is High Noon ... Nice one!Best wishesRalf
An English lesson for me as well. - I fear the worm could'nt measure the vine. It's a thriller about small things.Many haiku treat small things. That's essentiell.Rudi
I am still trying to figure it out, Magyar I am not getting it! wishes, devika
my sympathies for the inch worm! so much to contend with for such a little species
nice one Mjohn
YOu have such a gift for Haiku, and I love it, I try at times but I'm so undisciplined, gotta work on that, thanks for the smile :)
I like the playfulness, Maygar. A lovely image.
I'm sorry you haven't been able to get through to me; here are two contacts. Please try either firstname.lastname@example.org@yahoo.comEnjoyed your inch worm ku.much lovegillena
Just a day in the life of a worm...and a catbird. Good one Magyar.
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