Saturday, January 2, 2010

A Happy New Year to all the good friends and readers of Haiku!

Haiku 010210

brushing her hair
winter grooming

*First posted in The Four Seasons of Haiku, Winter edition. The Four Seasons of Haiku is "(a) community of haiku poets recording their experience of the passing seasons in haiku, tanka, haiga, haibun, & senryu." The picture below is the image in the header of The Four Seasons of Haiku's home page.


Duna said...

Buenos días, te dejo mi hayku, para el tuyo, que es precioso.

Tul esperanza
en camino y vereda
de primavera

Gracias siempre.
Besos, amigo.

Ralf Bröker said...

Grooming and brushing the hair are a good contrast to the fragility of a flake which has come to the end of its journey. Thanks for sharing and a happy new year!

Best wishes

Yousei Hime said...

Followed you over from Amity Me's site. Lovely blog. I plan to visit often. Stop by my blog if you ever have the chance or inclination.

Equipo de Bitácora (M-L) said...

*The tree is a cherry tree?

*¿El árbol es un cerezo?

Carlos Gesmundo said...

New Year greetings, Duna. Because of spring, there is hope. Thanks for your lovely haiku messages.

Best regards.

Patti said...

I love the image your poem evokes; perfectly put! Happy New Year!!!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Happy New Year, Ralf. Thanks for sharing that great insight about the end of those flakes' journey, the fragility of their existence. Your thoughtful comments are much appreciated.

Best regards.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Yousei Hime -- Thanks for dropping by. I will certainly visit your blog.

Happy New Year!

Yousei Hime said...

Thank you for returning the visit. I enjoyed my visit to your blog. I will certainly be back.

This form of cinquain is attributed to the poet Adelaide Crapsey, with five unrhymed lines of, respectively, two, four, six, eight, and two syllables. You are right, it was inspired by the tanka. Quintain, quintet, and pentastich, all having five lines, are also called cinquain.

Yousei Hime

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Happy New Year, Pedro! The image comes from the header in the home page of The Four Seasons of Haiku. Yes, it is a cherry tree. There is even a haiku about it on that page.

Thanks for dropping by.

Best regards.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thanks, Patti. Have a great 2010. Appreciate your visit.


Devika Jyothi said...

Lovely image, Carlos :)


Aniquiladora said...

Lovely winter haiku.

Kisses, Aniki.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely love this haiku. Love the imagery!

illustration poetry said...

happy new year, may joy be with you :))
actually, im the one who found you, and im blessed!


illustration poetry said...

btw, the pic is so pretty!!

Amity said...

I greet you the same Carlos!!!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you, Devika.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Aniki -- Thanks for your comments and your visit.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

"catgirlslovehaiku" -- appreciate your kind comments!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Hey Mita -- Yes, you're right! Well, I'm glad you did. I'm blessed, too. Your illustrations are indeed poetry.


Carlos Gesmundo said...

Happy New Year to you, too, Amity. Hope you have a great one. More awards to follow.

Best regards.