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A Month of Haiga - February 12, 2016

Hello Everyone!

Even in a world of chaos there are moments of silence … well not complete silence. If you’ve ever experienced complete silence you know it is like a weight that presses on your ears but even then you still have the sound of your blood swooshing near your ear drum.   198 more words


A Month of Haiga - February 11, 2016


I went for a brief walk yesterday evening near the River Sarca in the gloaming.  The first street lamps had just been lit, in the sky the sliver of this month’s new moon could just barely be seen.   348 more words


Haiga Online

Regular readers will have noticed that I quite often like to sneak a Haiku poem into my posts. They are invariably by 17th century Japanese poet Matsuo Bashō. 152 more words


A Month of Haiga - February 10


All over the world we’ve been having some rather strange weather.  In the northern Lake Garda area, we are fairly used to warmer days compared to the rest of the north, so although we’re all worried about the high temperatures and lack of rain, we’re not too surprised to see the odd rose blooming of a burst of apple blossoms.   224 more words

paddling fast
family of ducks swim home
as the sun sets

lingering sunset
wild geese slowly descend
lake half frozen

For Haiku Horizons prompt fast and slow


A Month of Haiga - February 9, 2016

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Turns out that February is (and will be) a much more complicated month than I’d expected,  so I’m more or less reduced (blog-wise) to just publishing the haiga a day and the haiku for NaHaiWriMo and little more.   358 more words