Friday, March 4, 2011


gesticulating wildly
they talk
of the simple life

21 comments:

  1. Welcome back to posting, Emma. This is an imaginative haiga with a lot of energy, I like it a lot...

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  2. Nice to see this, a new entry.
    __The simple life... so needed!
    As always, _m

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  3. Yes, welcome back, Emma!!! Wonderful haiga you have here. I look forward to more of it.

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  4. clean, simple language and nice sourced pics - i like it

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  5. Cool! Love the choice of font & image too, and the contrast of action & simplicity in the ku itself

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  6. Cheers folk - its great to be back.

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  7. Welcome back, Dalloway- interesting picture and haiga :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  8. nice!
    Happy to see a new post

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  9. I forget how much I enjoy your art, don't know why I but I've just saved youin my favorites no
    more missing out on Emma's beautiful combos of words and image :)

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  10. forgot to say I love that wonderful contrast in your Haiku

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  11. Hi, Em . . . what have you learned?

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  12. Fine work. I was delighted to see you at John McDonald's blog. Now I'm even more delighted to find you're active here. And, obviously, you still have your mojo.

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  13. and its great to be here! thanks everyone.

    (psst, Bill, youre seriously too cool for school).

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  14. hey Bandit - what have I learnt? Ive fallen more in love with cities - the streets, the nooks and crannies - and the people that play, rush and linger about in them

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  15. hi Emma, welcome back, all the best for 2011; much love...

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  16. Dear Emma,

    Welcome back. So glad to see you posting again your unique haiga.

    Adelaide

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  17. DALLOWAY!... you're back. So happy. Great stuff. As usual.

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  18. ah, great to see you all again

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  19. A antropologia talvez explique a ansiedade que falam nas mãos. Natureza humana, que deseja pegar o objeto por meio de movimentos que verbalizam sua vontade.

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