Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
spring writesthe storywith life's blood and quill~and you, _m, write with great talent~Happy Sunday,Jan
noisy the birds in the apricot blossompatient the peach"stories cling to each branch" - lovely lines.
Love and birds, love them.
Lieber Magyar,der Frühling sprießt mit deinen gekonnt durchdachten Worten, ja, so schön...LG, Rachel
I like the flow-cling connection. It sums up so much of the haiku experience, both for reader and for writer.
__Keep using your quill, Jan, Ich danke euch tief, liebe Rachel!Thanks Gwilym and Bob, ahh those birds_!__Bill, such inner sight_! Flow to the future; as we cling to the now; yesterday. __I thank you all. _m
I love the notion of bird's pen!
Thanks Joo, the birds have stories too! Smiles_!_m
To note all that may see this note:__Devica Jyothi, Abstract Deductions... stopped posting on or about 11/18/2014. I check often, and found that since apx 3/12/16, Devica began posting again. Seemingly, though, comments cannot be made thereon... Devica's choice. _m
The birds certainly write some amazingly beautiful music...
Welcome Kieth.__Thank you for your visit and comment. _m
Oh to have the ability to read all the birds have written...it's carried in the sap...wish, wish the same could be said for my life-blood!So beautiful...:)
another beauty by you. Just the fact that you saw sap as a writing medium for the birds is so cool! Makes me so curious to read their stories.
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