Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku Fragrance like almond reminds me each April of his distant death AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on April 21, 2016April 20, 2016 Posted in Flowers, haiku, i phoneographyTagged Cherry blossom, Haiku, Lazy Poets Thursday Haiku, Loss, Nature, Photography
11 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku”
oh Gilly, what an evocative post. i am sorry for your loss. and yet the images are beautiful. thank you for sharing.
You’ve captured your sadness beautifully in both image and words: a sense of loss never fades. The last lines of your haikus are always superb.
Beautiful images, powerful words and oh so heartfelt.
I agree with Meg – a beautiful evocation of loss, and your last lines are
Such beauty in the blossoms. So poignant, your words.
Such stunningly beautiful images to accompany your touching poem, Gilly. *hugs*
I need to know who? But it’s very lovely. I’m sad for April sometimes. Hugs sweetheart xx
Gilly, that is one very cool haiku…it starts out with a breath of fresh air, and then ends with a memory of the past…that makes you wonder who and when and why. So much in so few words! And the photos are gorgeous as usual, too!!
Beautiful blossom with a sad memory for you. I also wonder about the story behind the words.
Hugs, Gilly. ❤
Beautiful post. 🙂