Thursday, September 27, 2012

September Heights, day 27 footprint

Inspired by the theme at



 

The end of this September Heights is almost there. Just a few days to write a haiku. For today the prompt is footprint. With that prompt it must be easy to write a haiku (maybe a few).

next to my footprint
the empty shell of a hermit crab =
Ah! what a sadness


virginity lost -
the tiny footprints of sparrows

in the fresh snow

Credits: footprints
That was my post for today. See you all next day.

14 comments:

whistlingninja said...

Beautiful haiku capturing two disparate moments

Ellecee said...

I love your haiku today, especially the second one. Very nice,,,

Barbara said...

Both poems are beautifully written. The first one, especially, has such immediacy. I am right there!!

odyzz said...

very creative indeed..i liked the second one "virginity lost.... " wonderful !!

kaykuala said...

Life comes in duplicates. Once done others may be there to follow. Nicely Kris!

Hank

Mariya Koleva said...

hey, you got me confused! I was just now to your other blog: Basho... Hey, you've posted different haiku here and there :-)
Oh, these are very beautiful. Particularly like the last one

Jolly said...

Both beautiful pictures! Empty crab shell was a really special touch.

Kathy Donlan said...

I love them both, they made me ponder . . . nice!

PattiKen said...

Lovely haiku. The empty crab shell was poignant.

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Thank you all for your kind words here. Mariya I can understand that you're confused. Here on blogspot I am Chevrefeuille. On wordpress I write as Basho2012 because I couldn't start a blog there as Chevrefeuille. I am a haiku addict ... so I have enough inspiration to write at more weblogs.

Green Speck said...

Beautifully written haiku set !!!

Sara McNulty said...

Chev, I just love that second one.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Lovely, just lovely!

Footprint

Kristjaan Panneman said...

I think the second is a real haiku ... thank you all for being here sharing wonderful words.
Namaste
Blessed be