Sunday, November 21, 2010

first heavy snow...

snowy lawn
her kid flaps his arms
with winged strangers






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Posted for Haiku Heights, Prompt: Stranger



22 comments:

Nanka said...

Snow child and angels... nice together!! Make a terrific combination for having fun :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I used to make those strange angels when I was a kid!


HH: Stranger Story

Ramesh Sood said...

I liked it.. very beautiful..imagery..

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you, Nanka -- for your visit and kind words.

Best wishes.

Carlos

Carlos Gesmundo said...

MM Teacher -- I'm sure they were great memories!

Best,

Carlos

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you, Ramesh. Appreciate your visit and kind words.

Best,

Carlos

Strummed Words said...

I love your poetry, all of the haiku. Very perceptive imagery.

ρομπερτ said...

There's surely much Good beneath the white of snow.

Please have a wonderful Tuesday.

daily athens

The Write Girl said...

Great haiku. This conjures up all the happiness of the winter season. Nicely written!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Strummed Words -- Thank you for your kind words.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Carlos

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Robert -- True, there is Good under the snow; yet there is also Bad. Like most (all?) things of and in nature, opposites exist in some sort of dynamic unity.

Thanks for your comments.

Have a great week ahead.

Carlos

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Write Girl -- I'm glad about your positive perspective. Thanks a bunch for your kind words.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Carlos

ladynimue said...

love your imagination !

magiceye said...

love this!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

ladynimue --Thanks!

Peace and other good wishes.

Carlos

Carlos Gesmundo said...

magiceye -- Thanks! And peace.

Carlos

Leo said...

snow angels.. lovely take on the stranger prompt! :)

Henrique Pimenta said...

é difícil de ver
mas imagino

gostei!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

A imaginação é boa bastante.

Agradecimentos para visitar, Henrique.

Bons desejos. Carlos

(I hope that was translated as I meant it.)

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you, Leo!

Sumit Sarkar said...

"with winged strangers"...

Amazing...very well written :)

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you, Sumit!