Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
it is said when a man is wise enough to watch his steps, he is too old to go anywhere -to use your favourite contrary clause - i'm not sure i can watch my steps to the extent needed, so i've decided it would be wise not to be anywhere :)anyway, thank you for the mention, Magyar - name is Devika - 'k' not 'c' - just saying,wishes, devikaps: btw, always reading, though off from commenting,
"so i've decided it would be wise not to be anywhere"figuratively, but you know that! :)wishes,devika
I love this, we don't have snow...yet
Ooooops! __My typo is now adjusted, thanks Dev., I really do Cnow its K. :<)
Oh never mind, Magyar...i was just saying...so easy to find typos by others...then, i too really know that you Cnow! :)wishes, devika
White hair and wise steps:)Love it!
That's once again expressed very well... I saw the first snow up in the mountains (but it was just a little bit of it).
Hey, I am very careful on frosty mornings.I seem to always fall when the road is lined wiith bored, backed up traffic.
Lines 1 and 3 nicely juxtaposed; Line 2 is delightfully placed in compositionmuch love...
What's that old saying: Snow on the roof...fire in the furnace!
I do... so fully thank you all! -M
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