Superb Dalloway...and makes me think how our minds are conditioned to see clouds, leaves as females :)wishes, devika
I like it, and that's a great photo. I might have written "surrendering," but that's no reason you should.
i missed you emma; nice one surf's outmuch lovegillena
I'd go for the present tense, in the moment surrenders.Nature's beauty against risk-taking human hedonism. Nice.
A very unusal haiga, Emma - love it...
thanks for your comments.Gillena, modern life is driving me a little stir crazy at present (if you couldnt already tell from those last couple of haiga). This is where John McDonalds advice to 'haud forrit' comes in very useful. But things are about to change - Im back off to uni this year. I doubt this is about to give me much free time, but at least I'll be doing something I really love.I still try to check folks blogs as often as I can. Love hanging out with ku friends :)And mighty thanks Bill and Harps for the suggestions. Patrick of PoemShape hasnt been a round in a long while so I appreciate your editorial advice!
The distance between the scene in the picture and the scene in the haiku is so ... grand.Best wishesRalf
love this - Dave
What a beautiful moment you captured here.
awesome! I m loving your blog
Thanks for taking the time to write something.