Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
flawless....the snow and your words. Beautiful, M_!!! Merry Christmas, my friend.
I wish we had fresh snow here! Haiku is beautiful.Greetings
Beautiful haiku, thank you.I love fresh snow too.Best wishes
The seagull often chases wavesIn the rumbling sea of Cape codI asked her If she was not afraidOf the anger from the wind and the waveShe said...I call the wind fatherAnd mother to the waveWhy should I be afraid of my parents ?Thankyou for visiting me !
__Kristin... your praise is beyond my skill, thank you!(Ooo... don't stop!)__Joo, thanks, and you know this was generated by one of your fine photos!__Hiruta San, I'm so pleased by your kind visits and comments!__Bicando, welcome! ...and your comment has the flavor of a 'Koan' that may once have been spoken by an ancient Nauset clansman.__I sincerly thank you all. _m
The brook could be bubbling under the ice - happy about the new snow.Great haiku.Regards.
a serene haiku, very vividWarm wishes as the season continuesmuch lovegillena
so beautiful, I heard described similarly in a spiritual book...there are little musical murmurs in brooks, I love this Doug!
That's beautiful, Magyar :)wishes, devika
love it Mjohn
I went where there was snow (which is rare in Arizona except in the higher elevations) on Christmas day...building snowman and snowball fights--it's good to live that again...your poem captures the feeling nicely.
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