Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
What gorgeous imagery, D...the dipper filling up...but, oh, the trouble when it spills over...which it's starting to do here now.
I have seen a night like this.
lol that made me smile, thanks Doug
Very nice imagery, Magyar. I like it a lot...
Night snow is a nightmare at the moment, at least here:)As usually love your words!j.
the reverse, written a couple months ago-I didn't have a photo!just past three AM,handle down, over treetopsthe dipper empties
Enchanting imagery, my friend!
beautifully crafted haiku; my love of science fiction movies draws me inmuch lovegillena
Dear Magyar,Thanks from the core of my heart for your kind & prompt reciprocation... as well as your word of 'Welcome' for my further visit to your fantastic blog.It goes without saying that I shall keep visiting you from time to time as you have got a lot of literary stuff of my flavour. Your picturesque creation is,indeed, full of modern symbols & imagery.In the end of your succinct comment, you wrote 'Soo-kri-ah'.Perhaps you wanted to say 'Shukriya' (the popular Urdu word for 'Thanks') to me...isn't it, sir? That's a beautiful way of honouring someone by using a word from one of his native languages. Here I would love to tell you that Hindi is my lovely mother tongue which has the word 'Dhanyavaad' synonymous with English 'Thanks' or 'Thank you'.Thanks & regards,Jitendra Jauhar< firstname.lastname@example.org >Mobile # +91 9450320472
I'm a long-time admirer of the night sky, and the big dipper in particular. So creative! I love it!Hope you're well, dear friend.-Kristin
To my long time friends, and to the new... I thank you and wish you all a grand day! _m
Lieber Magyar,ich bewundere dich!herzlichst, Rachel
Kristin and Rachel, I'm always so glad to see you! I trust all is well! _m
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