GreenishLady

Originally Blogging the Artist's Way. Thoughts, musings, experience of the 12-week course, January to March 2006. And after that?.... Life, creativity, writing. Where does it all meet? Here, perhaps.

Monday, June 19, 2006

One Deep Breath - Haiku
















A garden path's crack

shelters one stray viola

today's perfect gift


More Haiku Here

14 Comments:

At 19/6/06 8:51 pm, Blogger paris parfait said...

Love the Haiku - and the photo! What an unexpected find. Delightful.

 
At 19/6/06 9:50 pm, Blogger Becca said...

I am always amazed when something beautiful struggles to grow in the midst of hard, dry cement! It happens so often in nature - guess we could do it too! Lovely picture and haiku.

 
At 20/6/06 2:30 am, Blogger Jennifer said...

a sweet surprise, how nice to take a moment to notice and treasure this tiny gift.

 
At 20/6/06 3:11 am, Blogger mikim said...

This is a beautiful Haiku. A solitary viola, what a wonderful gift.

 
At 20/6/06 4:36 am, Blogger AnnieElf said...

Isn't nature just so astonishing?

 
At 20/6/06 6:10 am, Blogger madretz said...

That's soo cool!

 
At 20/6/06 6:41 am, Anonymous tinker said...

Love the haiku and the photo. Mother Nature's reminder to bloom where we're planted!

 
At 20/6/06 12:30 pm, Blogger Delaleuverses said...

Beautiful and it mesh well with the flowers

 
At 20/6/06 12:49 pm, Blogger kerrdelune said...

A perfect viola, and an absolutely perfect haiku. Perfect gift indeed. . . .

 
At 20/6/06 1:55 pm, Blogger Star said...

What a great observation! You have taken a persistent flower and made it a treasure. Wonderful picture and haiku to match.

 
At 20/6/06 3:11 pm, Blogger Tammy said...

Brilliant and creative work! What a beautiful find :)

 
At 20/6/06 9:37 pm, Blogger Endment said...

you have captured the charm of the viola

 
At 21/6/06 7:39 am, Blogger silverlight said...

Superb Haiku.
Covers all the rules of Haiku and
Pretty much illustrates one of the meanings of life.
'Bloom where you are planted'.

 
At 21/6/06 2:31 pm, Blogger Kara said...

I love the colors in the photo. The haiku is marvelous.

 

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