Sunday, February 7, 2010


after work
the lotus flowers
already gone

14 comments:

  1. This way of breaking the words into alphabets flowing looks nice, a little difficult to make sense, and automatically calls for rereading -- the poet's trick to hold the reader?? :)

    Anyway, its a nice haiga, Dalloway :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  2. the soft muted tones adds effect to a vanishing day; lovely work Emma

    much love
    gillena

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  3. Oh, beautiful. The verse is certainly strong enough to stand alone, and the photo is gorgeous.

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  4. This is lovely work Emma, so unusual...

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  5. oh, how sad it makes me.
    working more hours and not seeing my teen boys enough already....

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  6. What one's been feeling lately...after work, the muse is nowhere around.

    Regards.

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  7. Beautiful atmosphere in this. That sense of disappointment. Surely one we can all relate to. Something special and someone says 'oh, you just missed it'.

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  8. I love how you put this one together. Very beautiful and unique. The emotion in this peom is wonderfully expressed!

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  9. Simplicity in essence expresses everything.

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  10. A beautiful and somewhat sad haiku perfectly accompanied by an equally beautiful and dramatic picture.

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