Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Such a beautiful sight to behold!Kathy is a great photographer!Beautiful haiku!Margie :)
What a wonderful photo, Doug. I love your haiku. Seeds! Perfect!!
Fabulous, both words and photo you know how much I love photos, priceless
No wonder! Fabulous photo and lovely haiku:)
that's what I call a team.
wouw great picture.boarding the night trainsleep wagon to be sureRa will rise again-
Wow, she is good!Oh yes, I see why you love the pond.
Gorgeous! I envy you both such a beautiful place :) Beautiful photograph and perfect words. A dream team, D! :)
To Doug's friends!Thank you for all your kind words. I love my camera and I love sunsets. Kathy.__And I thank you all! _m
...and as the seed resonates continuance, so the photo secures in the memory of the summer to comeWarm thoughtsmuch love...
well, somewhere there a lost frog?? large pond - a silent frog keeping itself to itself;-)But a nice photo!
Lovely picture & words...
Great photo...so peaceful :) I´ll use it has my new wallpaper.Peaceful lake.What miracle shines upon theeThat makes one smile with joy?
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