Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
happy owl watching to you and Kathy in the candle light..i am quite afraid of owls...you, Janice and a few others take the fear off -- but still, back at my husband's place...we go picking shellfish in the swamps with the lanterns -- our simple joys of life :)wishes, devika
I love light in the dark and the wise owl, beautiful :)
sounds wonderful!the owl adds a perfect touch
The Hopi Indians, and many other tribes consider the owl to sacred. This was a beautiful and meaningful piece.
Candlelight and owls...how beautiful, D! Simple things are quite often the most beautiful.
Very interesting haiku. Good one, Magyar.K.
__Dev, isn't it grand to rediscover simplicity?__LL, once-in-a-while... we turn on the TV... news. Mostly, we read and watch the "folks" of the night.__Sandy, of the many we hear... we see few; I'm sure theu see us!__Judie, I find the Native American's belief in nature's god, enticing.__Sam, always... so happy you like my scribbles.__Kim, I am the lord of simple, for years people have referred to me as 'Simpleton.' [Smile!] I'm so glad you like my written thoughts.__John, How long hs it been since our paths first crossed? Thanks for your always kind comments!__Karol, such things can be seen by the light of a candle, things that are overcome in the sun's glare.__I thank you all! _m
Rediscover ?I have never lost it, as far i know :)but then whossaid it: 'The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity' - yeah some Doug said it :)wishes, devika
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