abstract watercolor painting with images suggestive of birds, and the text of the poem superimposed

morning birdsong
so many small

7 Responses

  1. Emily Rademacher Says:

    Julie, As always, your haiku/haiga are inventive and simply marvelous.

    I met you in Mineral Point awhile ago.

    My best, Emily Rademacher

  2. Julie L Warther Says:

    HI Emily! Thank you so much! I do hope we can get back to those gatherings! Mineral Point is such a magical place. Hopefully 2022! I will optimistically say . . . See you then!!!

  3. magyar Says:

    Such a grand joining, your art-word thought, Julie!
    __ Here, I leave this minimal echo. _m

    As haiga unites: songs that parallel such art: eyes of memory.

  4. MaryJo Says:

    Lovely and so joyful, Julie.

  5. Nancy Rapp Says:

    Your haiga reveals the sun, the sky, and the joy of this moment I too have stepped into. Thank you.

  6. martin1223 Says:

    Thank you for your wonderful haiga!

  7. Marion Clarke Says:

    Beautiful, Julie!


    An old monoku, in response…

    after the ceremony gossiping jackdaws

    tinywords, Issue 15.2, 12 January, 2016

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