Haiku For You
Thank you for stopping by to see me. I went by your blog too and love the idea you have crafted for the other bloggers this April. It was nice to "meet" you Tara.
Love your choice of words, but especially your Kate Hepburn quote.
Kate Hepburn is one of my favorite people, and quotes are one of my favorite things... it's nice to see you enjoy them too.
Very nice.Gregg Metcalf
Thank you Gregg.
my absolutely favorite flower. stand for all life things most fragile and beautiful.
What rose stands alone that would not be better accompanied by baby's breath? Thank you Sandra.
Also very very good and you know I like haikus!
You, Claudia, are a rare kindred. I love haiku, and enjoy the careful consideration that is required to form it properly. It's nice to share it with you!
Loved this---and baby's breath just puts a smile on my face!!Cheers, Jennhttp://www.wine-n-chat.com
Thank you Jenn.
Beautiful, so light.
It's really nice to see that you found me in both places Baggy. Thank you for being a part of this day.
How lovely, both A and Z...what a great theme! My fifth graders are working on poetry now and I so enjoy teaching Haiku's and limericks to them! Great job!
Thanks Tracy. Limericks are one of my favorite forms, especially for writing children's stories; they eat up the rhymes. Oh how fun it must be to teach them at that age! Thank you for visiting here.
Such lovely imagery!
Thank you Susan.
Beautiful! And I love the typographical page background and blog post icons!Popping in as an A to Z Blogging Challenge participant. Please feel free to visit and comment on any of my blogs as well, leaving a link to your own post, so my readers can find you too! All on Blogspot.com and all in the A to Z ChallengeHeart of a Ready Writer – Bible &Devotional Meme Express – Daily Blog Prompts (A to Z) Nickers and Ink – featuring favorite classic poems from A to Z Practically at Home – Wait till you see what fellow writers are cited – with article links! Maybe you! Simply Snickers – Not posting daily in the A to Z Challenge, but inviting you to leave comments with you A to Z/NaPoWriMo poetry links! The Mane Point – profiling special horses from A to Z (just a few letter spots left!) – Working in Words – Writing How-to’s You can click my name/icon for links to all these blogs!Happy A-to-Z-ing!Linda Ann
Thank you Linda... that's quite a list you have there... and almost ALL of them are A-Z'ing??? I am going to have to check them out just because you are tenacious... I like that in a person. Thank you for peeking in, and responding.
Just a wonderful, warming write, very nicely done.
Thanks Pat, I am sure enjoying your blog and the rhyming that goes with it :-)
I'm usually not into poetry, but I love this one. Such wonderfully descriptive language! Thanks for stopping by.Catch My Wordshttp://joycelansky.blogspot.com/
That's quite the compliment Joyce, thank you.
What's not to love about freshly greening baby's breath. Wonderful. ♥
Ah, thanks Jo. It's nice to see your smile in that little box up there (points to your pic)... thank you for being a part of this adventure with me!
I've used this sorely under-rated flower in many of my bouquets. I love it! Beautiful words...thanks for sharing!
Thank you Susan. They can be a bit weedy if you don't keep them trimmed when growing, but they add such a lacy flair to a bouquet.
"Life is to be lived. If you have to support yourself you bloody well better find a way that is going to be interesting." Katherine Hepburn