My new collection of haiku, TRAVEL SOUVENIRS, haiku from near and far, , is available on cyberwit.com and Amazon
your haiga; appeals to all the senses; Ouchmuch lovegillena
Thank you, Gillena. I'm always overwelmed at garden shows, no much to see and want for my own garden.Adelaide
I love the way your overlapping photos mirror the overlapping thoughts in the poem.......
Thanks, Tinky. When I have more time, I'm going to bake that No-Knead bread.Adelaide
Will the person who left a long comment in oriental script, (I'm sorry I don't know if it is Chinese or Japanese) leave comments in English, please. I do not want to publish comments without knowing what they say. I'm sure you can appreciate my position. Thank you.Adelaide
Adelaide, this is a delightful blend of the senses...despite the prick! And I really enjoy the way you've placed the images -- very effective.:)Lary
Thank you, Lary. I'm pleased you like it. I never have any plan when creating a haiga, other than the photo and haiku I want to use. What I do with them is a process of trial and error.Adelaide
Adelaide, Your trials and error experiments always turn out quite lovely. I really like this one!
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