Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
o I like so much :)
don't have a rocking chair; :)i'm reading 'Papillion' propped against my pillows in bed; don't have a kindle, still enjoy turning the book pages :)much love...
...dafür schenke ich dir mein schönstes Lächeln :-)herzlichst, Rachel
Doug, I can still hear the sound of my grandmother's rocking chair on the porch when she rocked me. That rhythm will be forever with me. This is such a perfect piece, and very meaningful to me.
A great combo of images. Your haiku is very immediate...
A good day to read! I see you noticed the finch, though.
I think that should be "squeaks." But the poem sings.
Oh, such imagery you weave in so few words, D! Just beautiful!Sorry to be so late in commenting - I've had issues with my browser (it apparently doesn't like me or blogs).
Old...new...doesn't matter. Always a treat. :) Hope you are still enjoying your time at the pond. If I am outside, it's only to get in the water!-Kristin
I accidentally left off part of my comment. I love the great outdoors. What I meant to say is that RIGHT NOW if I'm outside it's only to get in the water... because it's so unbearably hot here already! :)
Always LL__Gillena, Kathy has a Kindle. Too, I still prefer thumb prints on the pages.__Rachel... so good to hear from you!__Judie, in this world of such technology, some of the old things still have value... 'Print and the Rocker,' sounds like a great -title- to me. __Frank... Aha, you know the feeling!__Feeders in view, Sandy, Just over the top edge-line of the book.__Bill, a typo, one my ubiquitous failures; I think I'll leave it un-edited and thus, "a banner" to my humanness. ;<)__K, at our pond... no "I-net" available, (Ah... the good, and bad of it!) I like the quick 'catch-ups... glad to see you!'__Kristin... stay in that water, keep the heat away!FRIENDS, I thank you all, back soon! _m
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