Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
As usually I'm impressed! I also love your previous haiku - don't know how I manage to miss it!Have a nice day:)Joo
I am also impressed with your poem.
enjoyed this Mjohn
Your poem...her photo...quite an unintended collaboration!
How powerful these words and that photo! A scene well captured Magyar.
... and too, it should not passunmentioned, Dev's haiku... painted leaves, so well written and fitting.__Thank folks! _m
Good haiku, Magyar...and thanks for the mention; the photo is not mine - thanks to Col and Tasha at Flickr who gave rights to use with attribution :)wishes, devika
Gorgeous, D! Two beautiful artforms colliding.
Isn't Devica wonderful!This is a mysterious time of year, before the wildness of green spring clouds the horizon and heavens.
charming, I'm charmed
An impressive poem, Magyar...
Thanks you so much for your comment on my post. And thank you for the haiku. It has special meaning for me.Your current haiku reminds me of a Robert Frost peom.
__I'm so happy, friends, that you saw as I saw... and understood as I saw... and Dev's good haiku! _m
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