Tuesday, December 29, 2009












white-out

snowflakes find my place
anyway 











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*For One Single Impression, Prompt 96: Wanderlust ("a strong, inner desire to rove or travel about"). Please click here to visit other contributors to One Single Impression.

**Photo courtesy of lostintheattic.notepad.com

13 comments:

Duna said...

Siembran los campos
blancos copos de nieve
paisaje de cristal

Muchas gracias por dejarme escribirte haykus. Lo hago con mucho gusto, y con mucho respeto.

Un beso.

OSCAR said...

"Que el año 2010 nos traiga "SALUD Y BUENA FORTUNA". El resto vendrá por añadidura. Un saludo desde Buenos Aires, Argentina.

ρομπερτ said...

Years since last I saw snow with my own eyes. Thank you for the memory. Hopefully this does not have to be a 'home' to see snow fall.
Please have a wonderful Wednesday.

carlos gesmundo said...

Hi Duna.

I'm posting one of your haiku "A mi memoria" on 12/31/09. In the same post, I'm including a verse inspired by yours.

Best regards.

The Write Girl said...

Beautiful haiku and a lovely photo as well...winter is amazingly beautiful : )

carlos gesmundo said...

Hi Oscar. Gracias for visiting my blog. I wish you good health and good fortune, too, in 2010.

Best wishes desde Estados Unidos. I'm traveling with family now and, presently, we are in Washington, D.C.

Amity Me said...

wow...freezin cold haiku...:)

missed your place for quite sometime Carlos, i was about to stop blogging then...and later on i realized i would be missing blogging buddies likke you and so here i am back...:)

Devika said...

Nice one, Carlos :)

wishes,
devika

SandyCarlson said...

They have a way of doing that.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you for your visit and comments, The Write Girl.

Regards.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Hi Robert -- Have a great 2010. Wishing you a wonderful journey in your Theology studies.

Best regards, my friend.

Peace.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Happy New Year, Amity Me. Visiting New York this weekend. Really cold, but not as cold as the Upper Midwest.

Your "renovated" blog looks really great.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Sandy -- thanks for visiting. Happy New Year!