Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
sky lightempty nests in sightthat branches in silhouette, hold onto tightin the icy wind of a winter's night~your haiku is so beautiful, _m that I wanted to add my thoughts~
__ Thank you Jan! Your rhymned verse proves, your idea 'nest' is not 'empty'! _m
Oh, I love this one Magyar, and the question at the beginning, which I find inspirational and full of hope. Perhaps the branches are never empty. Indeed! Best wishes, MW
never empty branches once were reaching to the stars tonight old wood will spark
lovely to find a blue jay in a tree you thought to be empty
Truthful, the branches are never empty.__ In the Winter 'tis snow; in the Spring, the buds; in the Summer, growing life; in Autumn the fruits. As Gwilym writes, even in the dark of night the 'empty' limbs are 'full' of stars. Always, there those 'dreams,' and the birds.__ I offer my additional appreciation... Mother Witherspoon, Gwilym, and Juliet, as I thank you for your visits and comments. _m
an oldie:the differencea sparrow makes . . .bare branches
__ Thanks and Smiles, Chief! signatures leftby the traveling sparrowsa fresh rain _m
beautiful! Soon I will see this.
Hello old friend! Nice to see you are still writing haiku.
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