:: a few feathers dropped ::
posted by MB at 9:24 AM
Wings and skin are one.
How much like snow your doves are. So beautiful.
Alan... :-)Mermaid, oh! That's very nice.Lhombre... que chistoso y ingenioso! Me hace reir!RD, yes, still snowing here. Sigh. Not for long though, not for long...
That is one of the most beautiful haikus I've read in a long time.
This is really meaningful todaysnowflakes falling and doves cooingdelightful haiku
Brenda, Endment, rdl, thank you. The image came to me because there is a great flock of doves that resides near my house... and somehow the two images, of snowflakes and the doves, conflated in my mind. I also have a tiny clay dove ornament from Mexico I hang on my tree each year, it's my favorite ornament, so small tucked in among the branches you barely see it unless you know it's there... and it factored into this snowy layering of images, too.
(o)(If I may.)
There' something about the softness and gentleness of falling snow that ties in so well with the image of a dove. Lovely
Votre texte est si léger , si délicat ...Chût ...On dirait du Verlaine tellement c'est beau !!!!!
soen joon... what a pleasure to have you stop by. Thank you!Mary, yes, I agree. Featheriness and grace...Jean, vous me faites grand honneur. J'ai pas eu de temps cette semaine, mais je voudrais bientot ecrire un peu plus en francais. Un jour bientot...
What Soen Joon said.
ok... so how can i be so in love with a poem of so few words? WOW!!!! love it!
Wow is right, Snowsparkle, what a wonderful response! :-)Word verification: yevlene ...doesn't that sound like someone's name?
WOW that is ssssssssssoooooooooooo amasing have you got any other haiku?lol
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