Haiku and Tanka often informed by
my twin obsessions Art and clothes.
Haiku is the hardest poetry to write, I think. The poet must boil it all down to the very few most important words. I've been looking over your site and see that you do this beautifully. I hope you don't mind if I come back.
Karen, you are correct, it takes a while toboil down my idea, concept into these haiku.I appreciate that you took the time to readthese haiku and your generous compliment.Please Karen, do return, I sincerely lookfoward to reading your thoughts.
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Dear Clarity,Not quite sure if your comment is meant forme or Karen. However, thank you just the same.
Ooh, this is lovely; so much said in so few words. What a gift your words are!
Rachel, How kind of you to say.
Lovely haiku. Thanks for visiting Willow Manor! :)
Dear Willow, Your I appreciate your visit.M.
Beautiful poetry! Thank you for your decision to follow my blog.
Dear Black and White, It will be a pleasure following yourfine blog. Thank you for coming by.M.
Dear Marie! I shall rectify - I think I saw Karen's name instead of yours - grrr.Resonant and powerful verse. Haiku is something I haven't mastered, well done.Your thought made my hour and I blew you a kiss. Thank you for sharing so sweetly. Do come again, I tend to post once or twice a week and treasure this exchange. Peace,
Dear Clarity, You're are considerate. Thank you, that'srare. I will visit you tonight. Please accept my return kiss to you.M.
You have a way with the Haiku, this one sounds wistful but sexy, I guess it's the thighs...
Dear Pinkerbell. It's wonderful to read a commentfrom you. I guess the word thigh has away of leaning towards the seductive. Thank you.Marie