twilight trees birds go in and out of song
(previously published in Acorn #26 — Spring 2011)
Issue 12.1 | 12 October 2012
A lovely image — and very satisfying on more than one level as well.
Always a sucker for dusk/twilight poems.
autumn twilight . . . swan shapes separate for the lone boatman
Publications credits: Snapshots 10 (2001); City: Bristol Today in Poems and Pictures (Paralalia 2004); BHS members anthology ‘River’ (2005); tinywords.com (2007)
twilight a moth follows the stream
Enjoyed your lovely twilight poem! Thanks for sending us the link to this site. I'm enjoying Kala's fine haiku, also.
in a hole through birdsong drips bougainvillaea
Publications credit: (Slater, B & Summers, A (eds.) 2012, Four Virtual Haiku Poets, Yet To Be Named Free Press, Stoke-on-Trent, England)
Excellent haiku, Kala. I see it right up there with Basho's "sound of water" haikai. o/ Jane
Thanks a ton for all your lovely comments. Wow! Jane, thanks a lot. Martin, Alan and Scott — v. nice response haiku. Enjoyed :) _kala
Simply beautiful, Kala.
Thanks a ton, Marion :)
Your website is very chatty. It will be useful for all of us. You have done a work. I will come here again to inspect new updates. Thanks for posting. worldonlinesgames.com
Mail (will not be published) (required)
All contents copyright (c) the indicated authors and artists,
except as noted. Feeds: RSS . Atom . Comments RSS . Twitter Log in .