__Thoughtful words; we -all- are parallels to this dragonfly, pausing in the winds that we -all- may have created for ourselves
__Here, Baobab, without pausing, you've acknowledged each commenter… a fine social attribute! _m
Wonderful natural history capture! I used to spend many dawns around a Billabong writing poems before the other Landcare workers came along, watching dragonflies and other critters.
Here are two more July haiku using the image of the dragonfly. :-)
quickening its rain
through the eye of a needle
the dragonfly’s glint
Scope (FAWQ magazine) July 2015 vol. 61 no. 6
dragonfly army I slip off the skins of men in pain
Bones – journal for contemporary haiku no. 7 July 15th 2015
Hi Alan, sorry for my late response. I really appreciate your earlier comment on this ku. It is still fresh in memory. This addition come as additional luster and thanks as well for sharing your dragonfly kus along my mine.