Haiku For You
Thanks Linda. I love to visit the places you take us to in your blog! Castles, and wonderfully ancient architecture blended nicely with a tour.
Unusual imagery. I like to think of winter as merely moving on with plans to return rather than dieing.Gregg Metcalf
I can understand that Gregg, especially if you see death as only an ending, I see it as both, a completion, and a beginning. :-)
Captures the feeling of winter arriving, frankly I'm glad winter is gone though..
LOL, I imagine you are not alone in that feeling Pat.
All sorts of lovely!
I'm glad you enjoyed it!
You lull me into peace. which I need. thank you.
That's a wonderful compliment, thank you Sandra.
Smooth writing. Gives me a chill.Catch My Wordshttp://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2012/04/atoz-meets-ww-clever.html
You came back Joyce! Thank you :-)
That's just so soothing and lyrical and chilly at the same time.Look forward to your challenge run…--Damyanti, Co-host A to Z Challenge April 2012Twitter: @AprilA2Z #atozchallenge
Thank you Damyanti. I am glad to see you stopping by.
Bittersweet haiku-- you are very good at these!
Thank you Jenn, it is one of my favorite modes. It requires such diligence with the structure.
I think you captured my soul in this one. ♥ u
Aw Jo... (smiles softly) that is a wonderful thing to capture, but I know that it is only for a moment... butterflies are meant to be free... as are Fairy Blog Mothers ;-) ♥ u 2
Chilly! For some reason it isn't upsetting or anything, though. Rather calming.Shannon at The Warrior Muse, co-host of the 2012 #atozchallenge! Twitter: @AprilA2Z
That's really good to hear Shannon, I find the snowfall to be just that... calming :-)
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