Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
i'm really loving these haikus this last week. they capture the essence of the season. Thankyou.
Delicate touches in the midst of the decay...Lovely, Magyar.
And what could be lovier?
I love queen ann's laces, they are so pretty and I love their English name (well, I don't even know thir Polish name - shame on me!)Beautiful haiku Magyar!
So pretty!! I love this time of year!
a beautiful picture paintedmuch lovegillena
lace and leaves, hmmm Ilove the sound of this ;)
Very nice ku, Magyar...
seems a nice quiet walk, Magyar :)partridges - went to see it...in India they are also called francolins -- don't kknow if there's a difference -- wishes, devika
Lace in German means Spitze. And this word is not only used in textile context but as a mocking remark. So this haiku goes through my brain in a different was then it was ment to do. And this is why I like it so much.Best wishesRalf
Nice. (Was one of them named Florence?)
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