The many notes/of the falling rain/all in tune.  (haiga)

The many notes
of the falling rain,
all in tune.

 

 

 

 

Photo by Adiel Gardner, Poem by Don Wentworth

The poem was previously published in “Past All Traps” (Six Gallery Press, 2011).

Adiel Gardner has been photographing the world around her since she fell in love with the art form at the age of 13. Portraiture is her current main focus as it allows her to capture the sometimes hidden beauty in people. She lives in Erie, PA, with her husband and four children, who are her first audience and greatest work of art.


29 Responses

  1. Ellen Grace Olinger Says:

    This is so beautiful. Thank you both, Ellen

  2. david Says:

    Perfect!

  3. Alison H. Says:

    Captures the music of the rain and nature's innate harmony, as well as giving us a new look at the beauty of the rainy season. So very lovely. Thank you.

  4. Marie Shimane Says:

    yesterday's rain
    and the upside-down sparkle
    of today

  5. Jeanie T. Says:

    I love rain and I love this, Don. So nice to see a poem of YOURS!

  6. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Absolutely lovely, Don. We're well used to rain here in Ireland! :)

    By the way, thanks for sending me the lovely little copies of the Lilliput Review which arrived a few days ago. They are so cute and I'm going to carry them about in the back pocket of my jeans so I can read them whenever I want!!!

    marion

  7. Peter Newton Says:

    the trees
    each with its own expression
    for rain

  8. george n carvalho Says:

    Don, Finally a Haiku worth the name. thank you much

  9. Marjorie Buettner Says:

    I love this haiku and it is a wonderful photograph!

  10. Constance Says:

    I agree with Jeanie. So nice to see your work here. Great combination of image and words.

  11. Patrick Sweeney Says:

    Clean haiku. The kind of haiku that will have me tilting my head to listen to the rain for the rest of my life.

  12. martin1223 Says:

    I enjoyed the image and poem…

    playground
    after the rain–
    the sound of traffic

    tinywords | published 24 April 2003

  13. Patrice Hasbrook Says:

    ..lovely and so generous…

    although nothing happened
    the willow and crow stand nearer
    than the dark

  14. Don Says:

    Peter! Great little poem, thanks for sending … Don

  15. Don Says:

    Cheers, Ellen, glad you liked!

  16. Don Says:

    Thanks, Martin.

  17. Don Says:

    Patrick – Your thought means so much. Thank you. Don

  18. Don Says:

    Marion: Thank you, glad you liked the poem and issues. And they are right where they should be – in a pocket! Don

  19. Don Says:

    You are welcome, Alison. Thanks, Don

  20. Don Says:

    Cheers, Constance! Don

  21. Don Says:

    Thanks, Marjorie. Don

  22. Don Says:

    Thanks so much, George. You've left the poet speechless. Don

  23. Don Says:

    Jeanie, so glad this one connected. Don

  24. Alan Summers Says:

    rain clouds
    conversations shift around
    the train carriage

    Publications credits: Mainichi Shimbun (2011)
    Award Credits: Honourable Mention Best of Mainichi 2011

  25. Alison H. Says:

    That's lovely. The music of the universe…

  26. Don Wentworth Says:

    Thanks so much, Alison.

    Sincerely,
    Don

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