This is a masterful haiku. The linkage has the flavor of the Japanese masters while feeling uniquely yours. With every haiku you write, your voice becomes stronger and more confident. I can't wait to see what you're writing a year from now. I'm always inspired by your fresh ideas.
to borrow your words... Im butter on a hot day ... thanks Patrick
this is classic, So innovative, Dalloway :)wishes, devika
I love that haiga.Best wishesRalf
What a dynamic combo - truly inspiring...
unique and entertaining. love it
I love your haiga Dalloway... the prose and photography flow together perfectly. I enjoyed your moon viewing 'ku on Bandit's blog and thought I'd stop in and say hello.
I wish I could see kookaburras. :)
This is just perfect Emma. Fantastic photo processing too.
Many thanks to you all. Mt Lockhart, I think youre in need of a trip across the Pacific Ocean very soon... are there any school holidays coming up?
this ku holds a special appeal to me- crochet and embrodiery having held much of my hobby time for many years. Lovely kuplaying the critic now--I would have left out the word even much lovegillena
Dalloway, I can only echo all of the above; simply grand! _m
Thanks for taking the time to write something.