Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Mulled cider...my favorite fragrance in the winter! :) This is just lovely, _m!!! (Also...thank you for your sweet comment on my last one...very much appreciated, friend!)
Mulled cider -- i had to look up, Magyar....I have the recipe: )anyway, like the wintry haiku! :)wishes, devika
Hey DEV, __An interesting occurrencethis past week: at a local store, run by a nice family from India, I've had the oportunity to learn a few Hindi words of 'greetings,' they appreciate my interest. __Two interesting things; 1, they have begun to call me "Deveji" (but they wont translate[?]); 2, the obvious DEV; 3, DEV, what does Deveji mean?__aou-jo_m
had to google up 'mulled cider' Mulled cider gets its name from the definition of mull, which means to flavor a beverage by heating it and adding spices. Frequently, mulled cider also includes either slices or the zest of citrus fruits like oranges. Generally, mulled cider is served hot, though one can buy spiced cider. In fact, if one has little time, warming spiced cider to make mulled cider is an excellent shortcutmuch lovegillena
I can almost smell it and hear snow under my feet!Really nice haiku.By the way, I must try mulled cider - so far I've always had wine:)
Old word charm, all of it ;)
A lovely seasonal haiku - the warmth and fragrance of the mulled cider contrasted with the snow work in an elegant way...
Love it. Winter provides such a rich tapestry of images !
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