Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Yesterday, out walking the dogs, a rabbit suddenly darted out of a shrub and skedaddled past us. I was VERY thankful Charlie didn't spy it because she would have joyfully given chase and I would have probably been dragged in the snow - lol!Your haiku always makes the most beautiful pictures in my mind, D.
We have the snowshoe rabbit here - his fur a wonderful snow-white at the moment. A well-layered haiku my friend. Love this.
well done again mjohn
i had to look for "snowshoe" rabbit...yes it's well linked from lines one to three :)but most of yours do...good one, Magyar :)wishes, devika
I love this inspires me to go and get a good pair
layers of good crafting; an exqusite ku; much love...
Maygar, you are deep and perceptive.May your shoes travel lightly,with the hare and the cardinal.Thank you for your comments, I appreciate your presence and insight.Dianne
This paints an interesting scene.
Thank you. Thank you for your kind and thoughtful comments on my post. It meant a great deal to me.
I had decided a couple of days ago that I was going to use quarks and leptons for next Thursday's letter, which is Q.Thanks for your comments! Stay tuned!Oh, by the way, if you have not seen my rabbit on my blog, please scroll down to a painting titled "Winged Silvilagus." It was one in a series of pieces I created for an exhibit called "The Body As Brush."
__We only had a ten inch snow fall last night.__Friends. I thank you all for your visits, and kind comments!
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