thunder--
the new lambs press against 
their mothers' bellies


—Sue Stanford
        

About the author: Sue Stanford started writing haiku while living in Japan. In 1996-7 she was a heavily addicted member of the Shiki List where she encountered many wonderful and inspiring people. Sue's work has been quite widely published. Some examples can be found on The Heron's Nest, Bottle Rockets and Simply Haiku.

 

Responses to the haiku for 7 March 2007 by Sue Stanford

  1.  
    kala ramesh
    2007-03-07 01:11:10
     

    Dear Sue,

    A beautifully rendered haiku poem showing tenderness and love.

    Enjoyed reading it!

    warmly,
    kala

  2.  
    2007-03-07 09:35:40
     

    Beautiful and tender. Thank you.

  3.  
    myron lysenko
    2007-03-07 16:41:31
     

    Hi Sue - how wonderful to see this poem this morning. congratulations! i like the way you have evoked a sense of danger and security within your haiku.
    see you soon,
    Myron.

  4.  
    Rita Odeh
    2007-03-07 22:10:26
     

    I like the theme of security conveyed in this haiku. When nature is threatening, human nature is a refuge.Enjoyed.

  5.  
    Jim Sharp
    2007-03-08 12:35:39
     

    Dear sue: My favorite Haiku this year. I read it to my 10-year-old daughter who shared in my appreciation.

    Best,
    Jim

  6.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2007-03-08 23:24:17
     

    jim, delightful your response/sharing.

    "out of the mouth of babes..."; i, too, can imagine her smile

    -

    wintry night-
    warmth found
    in remembrance

  7.  
    Alan Summers
    2007-03-09 07:48:50
     

    Very simple, yet so atmospheric. I really enjoyed it.

  8.  
    Narayanan Raghunathan (aum_raudrabrahmanarayanan at yahoo dot com)
    2007-03-09 22:31:12
     

    Very maternal and delicate ! Fine Haiku ! Thank you Sue ~

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