Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Kema

Carpe Diem #1160 Kema, birth-place of Yosa Buson








snow melt
eternally
falling

©  petra domina

Thanks to Chèvrefeuille for daily prompts on 

CARPE DIEM HAIKU KAI


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    1. You are took to me, YAM, namaste janice xx

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  2. Beautiful ! I love this sense of eternity that you put just in the middle of the haiku. It's all about this second verse.

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  3. Sometimes the simplest and shortest ku say so much...love this, Janice!

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    1. Working in minimalism. Cannot get much shorter!

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    1. Yes! But is it still getting the point across?

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  5. Okay ... it's very clear ... Santoka Taneda's "ghost" has caught you Janice. This minimalistic free-style is really awesome and you are starting to become a master in it.

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    1. OH, my, such high words from my master! namaste, janice

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