a quiet place to celebrate the art of haiku and other forms of poetry
I'm enjoying your poems. Your accompanying photos are lovely too, but they are not needed. Imagination does the job. It is so nice to find your work on a dreary day which seems to be everyday lately
Margaret -- Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting! I'm glad my small tribute to autumn brightened your morning -- :~) Is it really that gloomy -- you're up north on the eastern Canadian seaboard? We have our first prediction of snow the end of this week -- only flurries, but still . . . !??
I always feel like it is gloomy once the time changes. It is still wet and foggy here in St. John's but other parts of Newfoundland have had a heavy load of snow already. My winter tires (with studs)are on and I'm ready! I guess it will soon be haiku about snow...
waiting for the snowto soften the season's remains napping away worries
Great one, Nancy! Yes, napping definitely comes into this time of year/season --- :~)
just noticed when i reread your reference "tangled in the sheets" and mine to napping...i was thinking of the season's remains, dried leaves, etc 'napping'...your haiku provokes a response from me, i hope you don't mind, a sort of "call and response"...thanks.
kelly...you always SPARK...so i added my little haiku to a posting, mentioning your inspiring ways.
do i mind? never -- it's all in the celebratory spirit of sharing haiku as an art form, i believe!
this is beautiful both too read and see
Kelly__I found your comment at my friend Nora's blog and I decided to visit yours; with gladness that I have so done. I like your style, fellow New Englander! _m
S. Etole and Magyar -- so very glad you stopped by and took the time to leave a note for me. Magyar -- love the Cape; every summer for the past 15 years we've been there and hate to return to CT!