a bright breeze
dandelions just higher
than the grass

—paul conneally
        

About the author: paul t conneally (paul.conneally at ntlworld.com)
Loughborough
Charnwood UK

 

Responses to the haiku for 21 June 2001 by paul conneally

  1.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at web dot net)
    2003-09-27 08:30:52
     

    gentle breeze~ ~ ~
    scent from field of taraxacum officinal
    blows by

  2.  
    sylvain moret
    2005-05-21 15:12:03
     

    well,
    going through the archives when i stumbled
    upon your piece. not bad not great, kinda
    tepid like the weather that spawns dandeelions.
    just being honest.


    tornado watch...
    the first dandelion blooms
    in the perennial garden

  3.  
    prado chekov
    2005-10-14 17:22:26
     

    "dandelions just higher than the grass" is
    a very good line. but tell me, what exactly is
    "a bright breeze?" is it a breeze that lifts one's
    spirits? certainly it is not a breeze with color,
    or is it?

    poppies
    an orange breeze
    dances in my eyes

  4.  
    2005-10-15 00:33:11
     

    hi prado,

    'a bright breeze' - yes it's a spring breeze - one that does lift our spirits - interestingly in workshop with young children the majority identify 'bright breeze' as perhaps being a spring breeze - despite this not being aterm that they've met before - it is a traditional spring kigo in Japanese haiku.

  5.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2008-11-02 01:27:40
     

    spring somewhere...


    -

    chill, this rainy night
    time stands still
    even moves backward

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