Haiku For You
Yet again, another lovely haiku! I'm going to be sad to see this end.
Be happy Tracy, it may never end. The alphabetizing may, but I will continue to share the Haiku.
Wonderful use of words and sounds! I've been reading back through your previous entries - it's like painting with words and I feel as if I'm wandering around a gallery admiring the exhibits...... ;-)BTW - Thanks for stopping by my blog, earlier.Happy Haiku A-Z'ing!SueH I refuse to go quietly!Twitter - @Librarymaid
Thank you Sue, for taking the time, and leaving such a wonderful comment for me to find :-)
I can hear it!LeePlaces I RememberWrote By RoteAn A to Z Co-host blog
:-) I wanted to decorate one of my father's trees with his antique bottles, but he said they would break with the wind where he lives. I still hung wind chimes ;-)
Nice job on X! I could hear this Haiku too!
Thank you Linda.
I can hear it, too!
Yay :-) Thank you Beth.
Love the sound of xylophone. Good X post.Karen
Thank you Karen :-)
Nice, I can hear it!
smiles warmly I'm glad Paula, you have taken me to so many wonderful places in your blog this month, it seems the least I can offer in return are some pleasant notes in nature.
I love windchimes. I love Xylophones. I'm hearing this one-- and it's beautiful!
Thank you so much Jenn.
I've never been a wind chime fan. In fact, they drive me crazy!Catch My Wordshttp://joycelansky.blogspot.com
My mom feels the same way as you do Joyce, and I don't like tinny sounding noises of any kind, but I do love a nice sounding wind chime...
I love all windchimes and have my deck adorned with them. This sounds very familiar to me. Familiar and comfortable. ♥
My favorite of all time is the large bamboo (I think it is bamboo any who) that lets go of a deep tone that just makes me swoon.
I know the sound. ♥ it, too.
I love this, and can hear it!!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com
:-) You make me smile Kathy, thank you!
Great visuals for the object. New follower here. :)JessicaA to Z Blogger & SF/Fantasy Writer @ Visions of Other Worlds
Well hello there Jessica, nice to meet you :-) Thank you for following and finding me in the first place.
I love the light-heartedness and playful quality of this piece! It has a great aural appeal!Windchimes is my W-post and I ALMOST used xylophone for my X-post...
Windchimes are wonderful, and a bit more unlikely to run across as the same letter... once X arrives it is far easier to run across another using the same word. :-)
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