Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
I love how you always paint a picture for me to "see". Very nice, as always, Doug! All IS well here. Thanks for the kind wishes. I'm trying to write here and there when I have time. As my belly grows and the time draws closer, I find myself having less time to write, but like I said, I'm trying! Good to hear from you. Have a blessed day!-KR
nice image Mjohn
really like instant frozen lobster? unusual but I like much better than being thrown in boiling water
Ahhh, a smile Kristin!__To use your words: "As my belly grows and the time draws closer;" the laptop gets further away? (!)__Take care of yourself in 'Mom-hood' and thanks for your visits!Now Lorraine, __If I steam some of that snow that was caught in the traps, will it turn bright red... as the would the lobster?John,__Along the New England coast, during winter seasons, this becomes a very common sight!__Gladly, in this technology centered world, some things of an aged culture... still remain to be honored by those that see. Thus, perhaps, old things... become ageless.__Thanks John, LL, and Kristin! _m
I could see it so clearly, D. That's the magic of your haiku.
A poignant image through these vegan eyes...
K and J,__Truely, as I reasses the things I post, I'm so aware that others wouldn't accept them as -haiku- because of their -form- and being, perhaps, too explicit. Too... I often say the same of my scribbles; 'running with scissors' I guess.__Thank you both for seeing! _m
A true new england winter image.
I have come up0n this scene. It is a wonderful image.
I thank you Sandy and Judie!__This, still remains of the truth that, thst once was... .__I fully believe... we need to more closely look to and honor the history of our life's toil and existance. The simplicity of history repeats itself... we must see, learn, and heed.
interesting mountain snow and lobster pots; much love
__To keep stability, of course, the individual traps are stacked from a wide base, upward into a peak. When the snow falls... . __It is, as I add this comment, snowing now! __Thanks Gillena! _m
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