Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
A nice rain is good for the soul. :) We all need to step back now and again. Love this, _m. ;) Kristinp.s. Thanks so much for the warm spring break wishes. I will enjoy my time off!!! :)
Taking those steps back is wise and something I'm finally learning to do (being the type that rushes into things). I loved the contrast between trash and crocus. The crocus are just peeking their noses out in the garden here.
Let nature breathe and the most amazing words appear, yours Doug, wow
nice one Mjohn
I can just hear the water drumming.Here is one on the same subject that has been waiting for a shot of a tin roof.raindrops bounceoff the old metal rooftimeless rhythm
nice one and lucky you we smelt the rain last wee but it was just a trace, not enought to hear itmuch lovegillena
Rain is good for nature...and dirty garbage can lids too. :)
So very nice!I really enjoyed this one!Margie :)
a step back...to move foward...wow amazing linesi have to bookmark your sitethanks for penning such amazing thoughtsI came here from margie's blog
there is a virtue in introspection, i like how the haiku complete your opening narrative
;-)covering old trashes -- the crocus blooms
__I thank you, my friends, for your kind visits, and over kind comments. _m
love the rackety sounds of this haiku softened by the crocus bloom!
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