Haiku and Tanka often informed by
my twin obsessions Art and clothes.
Ever so tender and delicate. Many thanks for such a wonderful haiku.And as for confusing me for a woman, never mind, that happens. My son and I went to a bike shop recently to buy a helmet (for my son) and the guy at the counter said to another customer: 'Let me sort out this lady and her daughter and I'll be with you in a second'. The 'lady' and her 'daughter' were my son and I. We both cracked up whilst the guy's face displayed several shades of red. :-)Greetings from London.
Wonderful description in this.
Dear CubaninLondon, That's hilarious! And I'm sure you areboth very handsome. You have a wonderfulsensibility, which is what draws me to yourblog. I don't normally read essay blogs,however your blog is important as well asenlightning. Thank you for the compliment on my haiku.Marie
Dear Thom, Thank you.Marie
very descriptive, a pleasant thing to read.http://gildorianne.blogspot.com/2010/02/occur-tidy-ragged.html
I love the personality of the orchids, the confession - a sweet aroma.
Dear Lilibeth, I adore your name. Thank you.Marie
Dear Dee, Orchids do have a distinct personality.Each one more beautiful than the next, andseem to hold a story within their beauty. Thank you.Marie
Great style! I so enjoyed this.
Dear Tumble-happy, Thank you, I'm so happy you enjoyedthis and wrote to let me know.
Thought-provoking, glad you are back, x.
Dear Clarity, Thank you, for your comments.Marie
Dear Marie,If I am more prolific than you, then you need to do more :) Peace, x.
"read into each breath I take"Very good one!