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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Wedensday night, a useable E-link at our pond... and the tree frogs.

moonlight
after this late day's rain
tree songs

13 comments:

Devika said...

when you say tree songs...it makes the haiku very versatile, Magyar :)

its like my evenings back home in Kerala :)

wishes,
devika

RBroeker said...

Good one, _m.

Best wishes
Ralf

Ashi said...

Like this one Magyar - wonder do you have your computer with you all the time?

John McDonald said...

love it M
john

Rudi Pfaller said...

Hello Magyar,
maybe you will like a ku of the German writer „Gerd Börner“ which is similar to yours.

Im Morgengrauen
als Erste quasseln heute
Nussbaum und Linde

published in Gerd Börner, „Hinterhofhitze“ page 49, IDEETION Berlin 2005

My translation:

dawn
today babbling first
walnut and lime tree

I hope I translated will.

Rudi

Lorraine said...

My favourite song...I love this Magyar :)

Cindybrown said...

Very nice!!

Bill said...

"tree songs" is great.

Gillena Cox said...

nice

Janice Thomson said...

'tree songs' - what a neat phrase - love that!

Borut said...

They're living beings, after all!:)

Tikkis said...

tree frogs
watching
the moonlight

haiku-shelf said...

I like this haiku, especially line 3!

Best wishes,
Angelika