Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Have a wonderful week, Magyar. Enjoy the frog music :)
Simple yet touching in a way.
Have a nice break, Magyar...In ten days, I too will be gone until October -- to my home and pond :)but i guess i too should be able to connect, from time to time, wishes, devika
boatmensplashing the river's bluenightsongs just inspired by your's and thoughts of my vacation :)wishes, devika
yes have a great breakjohn
and yet a nice ku for a sorrowful break... would be waiting upon your return....
enjoy your soujourn; much lovegillena
This one is stunning. I will bet you come back with poems in your head!
i love this...night songs mean everything to me, especially in winter ;)
Which sound is which? In my head the chime comes from many sides. Well done, _m. And who did well for a time, may have a rest for a while ;-)Best wishesRalf
Totally gorgeous haiku, my friend - your talent shines forth and I'm pleased I can share in it.War
...in the meantime, a thoughtful ku.Thanks.
I can hear the chimes of the night songs and the ticking of the clock. Well-done dear Magyar. You are a treasure.
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