where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 14, 2015 § 42 Comments
wind tossed curls and rosey hue
is in love with you
Tagged: birch, blush, curls, hue, love, lovers, macro, mistress, mysteries, sweetheart, trees, valentines
The simple, stark, beauty of your photos, speak your haiku. It’s a pleasure and privilege to follow you.
Thank you so much.
Beautiful soft colouring
taohobo expressed so succinctly how I feel
[…] Sweetheart. […]
I agree with taohobo. The photo is so wonderfully creative and your haiku illuminates it beautifully.
This is my absolute favorite of all your work.
simple but very impressive
Beautiful soft tones.
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Gorgeous words but the photo puzzles me! Is it wood shavings or paper curls or lace?
It’s the bark of a paper birch tree – peeling.
Apparently shy, so veiling love
curls hide more or less
but emotions revealed
Lovely. Thank YOU for sharing it. Best, Seedbud
Wow!! as you say, it was lovely..i feel flying.. I have never written haiku ever before…just learning some precious things from you… Thanks for your appreciation and being supportive..
Best wishes 🙂
Just loved your haiku…couldn’t help myself from trying to write one 🙂 thanks for sharing
simply stunning. Thank you so much for the gifts you bring us all.
Absolutely splendid macro and sweet poem. Well done!
particularly lovely on Feb 14th, but look forward to your poem/photo every day
Great paring of prose and imagery. Nice work!
How wonderful combination of nature image and poem!!
So lovely. Looks like lace. The poem fits it perfectly.
Aren’t birches the best? Your words are lovely,too
Very nice and beautiful!
This is so beautiful! I love the poem especially that goes along with this picture; it complements it perfectly. This is definitely one of my favorites from you. Although this picture portrays curls of paper (or whatever it is) this poem completes the picture and makes it simply make sense!
texture, form and a real softness about it… beautiful.
organic mystery, mine.
Seedbud; interesting and neat.
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