first encounter
a glasswing enters
our renku

11 Responses

  1. Jessica Latham Says:

    Beautiful! Thank you for this.

  2. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Thank you, Jessica. It really is a beautiful creature and I'm delighted I discovered it – it is so fitting that it is through a special renku on The Haiku Foundation and thanks to Karen Cesar's verse. :)

  3. marykendall Says:

    Marion, I love this haiku and the memory of that lovely and magical butterfly when it appeared in the Snow Renku. It was just so perfect–and is your poem. Beautiful work. :)

  4. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Oh, thank you, Mary! I remember looking up 'glasswing' when I spotted it in Karen's verse and gasping when I saw the photograph. We don't have many butterfly varieties here in Northern Ireland and I found the glasswing so exquisite.

  5. janbentexas Says:

    Marion, quite the precise attribute to the haiku, Renku or not. Glass wing. Jan in Texas

  6. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Seriously, Jan, I couldn't believe something so delicately exquisite existed! Thank you.

  7. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Thanks, Jan! Do you have these butterflies in Texas? :)


  8. magyar Says:

    Such a nifty verse Marion_!
    __ We have no -glasswings- here, but because of your thought, my imagination has certainly begun to flow beyond the research needed to answer my question. What is a glasswing? Grand!

    young bloom
    seen through this glasswing
    a portrait


  9. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Lovely! Thank you, magyar.


  10. Mojde Says:

    This glasswing chose a perfect entry
    The ceremony was creation
    The eyes were elite

  11. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Thank you for your comment – and for your ku, Mojde! :)


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