Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Nice haiku, Magyar :)wishes, devika
A very nice haiku, Magyar. 'swollen shadows' is unusual but very effective...
There's a softness to this, but also traces of melancholy. Sometimes we do need to retreat and find that peaceful place. Lovely writing, D.
I picked up the strong feeling in this one, too. I'm getting a feeling that it is tied to you long poem from the other day.
Dev. My long time friend, I thank you for your kind visits!Frank, Often... with the light source at a low angle, the shadow is larger than the projecting image, swollen.K, I thank you, you being able to read into me... sometimes I need to step aside.Sandy, Often things are seen in the shadows that... can't be seen during the brightest light.Cindy, always heartful... I thank you for your warm remark.As always, my friends, _m
good one Mjohn
The calm is all I nedde at the moment!Thanks:)
intentionally? wow I love this Doug and look at you responding to cmments, I feel like a proud mama
__In the appropriate time zones... did we all turn our clocks back correctly and in a timely fashion?
Gosh how beautifully said M - often what we take to be the shadow is the substance...Time turned back the night before :)
Ahh Janice...__I'm always so pleased to see your comments; I hope your painting contracts are doing well!_m
Indeed, simplicity is the key of genius,very nice Magyar_BBThe true nature of a smileThat simple wisdom often foundAmong the blades of grass.
BB, as always... I thank you for your understanding!Proud Mama! as always! _m
... um passo para trás pode adiantar o caminho.Bom golpe d'alma!
__Obrigado pela sua compreensaoespecie, Hanrique!_m
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