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Welcome to the space where the magic of writing Haiku; Poems happens as the words born in my heart flow and quietly spill just like your smile does here in the NOW and I pick it and keep in my heart..
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Dry Flower Smiles
For Haiku My Heart..
Dry Flower Smiles
Eyes shed tears Dry flower smiles, for him It’s hint of water ..
Well done. Two emotions united in one moment. Thank you! CathyReplyDelete
You told a whole story with a few words. You have the knack. Precious thopughts about water. Water is much more significant than we think. Good stuff here.ReplyDelete
So in touch with the elements. Thanks for this.ReplyDelete
All the best, Boonie
Grateful for small merciesReplyDelete
this thought lingersReplyDelete
holding these qualities
xox - eb.
Tears and smiles paint a pretty picture together. Different and nicely done RS!!ReplyDelete
There's always a smile coming from the flowers ... enchanting smile! Lovely work!ReplyDelete
Hello, how are you?ReplyDelete
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down closer to the soil from the moon and stars.
you are as lovely on earth as you are in the heavens!
This is a lovely haiku. It reminds me of the kind of haiku that basho would write. the relationship between man and the natural world~human emotion and nurture of what we see around us.ReplyDelete
a watershed of words...ReplyDelete
I can see this poem in your face. Thank you for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Sent a shiver through me.
I guess that's the test of the truest haiku.
beautiful as always. I've been too busy with school to write any Haikus lately, but I try to still see what others have writtenReplyDelete
Reciprocal love, who would ask for anything more?ReplyDelete
Thank you for these tender words.
Nice. I have also recently reflected on water here: http://cloakedmonk.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/water-2/ReplyDelete
I like this haiku! Both lovely and sad.ReplyDelete
Tears and smiles, dry flower..many contrasts in a few words. Thank you.ReplyDelete
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