Welcome back to posting, Emma. This is an imaginative haiga with a lot of energy, I like it a lot...
Nice to see this, a new entry.__The simple life... so needed! As always, _m
Yes, welcome back, Emma!!! Wonderful haiga you have here. I look forward to more of it.
great to see you back
clean, simple language and nice sourced pics - i like it
Cool! Love the choice of font & image too, and the contrast of action & simplicity in the ku itself
Cheers folk - its great to be back.
Welcome back, Dalloway- interesting picture and haiga :)wishes, devika
nice!Happy to see a new post
Excellent haiga. Fab!
I forget how much I enjoy your art, don't know why I but I've just saved youin my favorites nomore missing out on Emma's beautiful combos of words and image :)
forgot to say I love that wonderful contrast in your Haiku
Hi, Em . . . what have you learned?
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.
and its great to be here! thanks everyone.(psst, Bill, youre seriously too cool for school).
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
hi Emma, welcome back, all the best for 2011; much love...
Dear Emma,Welcome back. So glad to see you posting again your unique haiga.Adelaide
DALLOWAY!... you're back. So happy. Great stuff. As usual.
ah, great to see you all again
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.
Thanks for taking the time to write something.