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.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

One Deep Breath ..... Tea

The participants at One Deep Breath share a haiku, or two, or even three each week, on a given theme. This week's theme is Tea and Coffee. I've missed out on participating a few weeks (as with many other of these weekly challenges or prompts), but I've been able to read over most of them, and it strikes me again what a beautiful form haiku is. It does give us pause, to breathe. There's a sigh that comes with a haiku. A letting down of something. This isn't one of the groups that calls huge numbers to participate (yet), but it is quietly offering peace and tranquility in a lovely way. Thanks to Susan and Jennifer who organise the group.

Here's what came having visited two dear friends this evening, and shared tea with them.


Tea / Chai

sit at their table
for tea, with sweet tastes and talk.
Persian-scented air




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11 Comments:

At 16/8/06 3:10 am, Blogger deirdre said...

So nice, this sharing of tea with friends. I like this poem.

 
At 16/8/06 3:12 am, Blogger Jennifer said...

yes, very nice haiku. I hope that ODB will always be a place to pause and reflect each week... So glad you are enjoying.

 
At 16/8/06 3:18 am, Blogger mikim said...

This haiku is lovely, I can almost smell the "persian-scented air".

 
At 16/8/06 9:08 am, Blogger Crafty Green Poet said...

Lovely and atmospheric.

 
At 16/8/06 11:27 am, Blogger Becca said...

Your few perfectly chosen words capured the mood exactly - very lovely!

 
At 16/8/06 12:49 pm, Blogger ian russell said...

very nice indeed. i'm now appreciating the idea of tea as an activity best shared.

you've given a good description of a haiku too.

 
At 16/8/06 2:54 pm, Blogger Tammy said...

"sweet tastes" was lovely in this cosy little `ku :)

 
At 16/8/06 5:35 pm, Anonymous tinker said...

This brought a sweet, scent-memory of jasmine tea. Thanks!

 
At 16/8/06 10:24 pm, Blogger jayne said...

Good description. I'll have to find my tea pot, the taste of chai on my tongue is too good right now.

 
At 17/8/06 3:43 pm, Blogger liz elayne said...

i love this. beautiful. i love this theme of tea.

 
At 17/8/06 9:36 pm, Blogger kerrdelune said...

Gorgeous haiku, and reading it, I could see and smell everything.

 

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