Today I love to share a weblog on a haiku by Onitsura (1660-1738) a haiku poet which is the haiku master for this month of Carpe Diem. Today we had a wonderful haiku written by him:
tani-mizu ya ishi mo utayomu yama-zakura
the wild cherry:
stones also are singing their songs
in the valley stream
This haiku by Onitsura is meant to be as a source for inspiration. So I was inspired and wrote this haiku:
gurggling valley stream
brings joy to the heart of Mother Nature -
|Credits: Valley Stream|
Isn't it a beauty? And that page to which the caption refers .... well you have to visit that. It's really a wonderful website and a joy.
Well ... see you agian next time ...
'silent' has the same letters as 'listen'...
In silenzio... yes that would be a wonderful song. Very nice
Nini Rosso serenading mother nature?
Lovely image for wonderful words. Thank you
p.s. - excellent photos on that website too.
aloha Kristjaan. that "gurgling valley stream" brings a joy to me as well. fun prompt. fun response. aloha.
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