overcast sky
rain drizzling down on
the pink plum blossoms

—Louise Sawyer
        

I live in a Canadian condo and from my window I can see the trees turning pink in the midst of early grey Spring.

About the author: Coach Louise (coach_louise at yahoo.com) is a writer and creativity coach. She publishes a monthly creativity newsletter.

 

Responses to the haiku for 3 May 2007 by Louise Sawyer

  1.  
    Ellen Olinger
    2007-05-03 06:07:02
     

    redeeming the day
    pink roses
    in the pewter pitcher

  2.  
    laryalee
    2007-05-03 20:40:33
     

    Hi Louise,
    it's nice to meet you!
    This is a peaceful moment
    you've portrayed...
    typical weather for the
    BC coast!

    You might like to check your URL...
    it's not connecting?

    :-)
    Lary

  3.  
    Ellen Olinger
    2007-05-04 06:24:34
     

    returning
    to the North
    "Songs Of A Prairie Girl" *

    *CD by Joni Mitchell (2005, Warner Strategic Marketing)

  4.  
    Alan Summers
    2007-05-04 08:37:11
     

    Nice to see you on Tinywords Louise! Look forward to seeing more haiku.

    Thanks Lary, Louise's URL is now correct.

  5.  
    2007-05-04 18:22:06
     

    Hi Louise,

    Reminds us that sometimes the overcast and rain in our lives just makes the blooms all that more beautiful. From those of us fellow travellers who know your world so well may I say thank you for daring to bloom.

    D.J. Ludlow

  6.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2007-05-11 05:15:25
     

    undercast clouds...
    spring haiku thoughts
    winging my way home

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