Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Very graphic, you say it perfectly! I shiver for the moth who will never be a butterfly
exquisite, vivid imagery, Magyar!
Oh, this stupid German does not know what "jems" means. Some sort of touching something or hanging on something? That would make sense (and a nice haiku with wonderful hinge-joint).Best wishesRalf
Ralf... tiny droplets of mist on the spider web, and in the rising sun those small drops sparkle like a diamond. _m
Oh so very nice, Magyar :)and the rainbow colors in those gems...moths-- for some reason make me sad!wishes, devika
A very vivid haiku...
mist transforms the spiders web that transforms the moth... I love the idea in this one - a wonderful aha moment - too good
good one Mjohn
A concise and complex image of nature.
Excellent imagery - there's something about dewdrops on a web that is so appealing. Love the idea of the changing elements of nature.
i like the use of the verb 'jems'exqusitemuch lovegillena
Again, I thank you all. _As you must know by now, linkage from the pond is chancy, even a 'booster' doesn't help to hook-up. _m
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