Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Vietnam Wall 
the cherry blossoms 
drop by too 

Published in "From the notebook," Asahi Haikuist Network, Asahi Shimbun/International Herald Tribune, April 2, 2010.


Anonymous said...

Lovely. Such a soothing image

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Anonymous said...

Knowing that cherry blossoms in Japan are symbolizing morbidity I want tell you: a great example for good juxtaposition.
Best wishes

Anonymous said...

Able to tear down any walls
Listening as nature calls
Springs might

Indeed a hope providing haiku. Please have a wonderful Thursday.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Sandy/fourwinds--Visits...being remembered...hopefully, our departed appreciate them where they are.

Best wishes.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Hi Rudi--Thanks for your thoughtful comments.

All the best.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

If we remember those who have fallen and understand how foolish it is for loved ones to die in wars dictated by politicians and makers of guns and bombs--I believe there is hope. We just need to do a bit more. I think that is what spring reminds us.

Peace, Robert.

Gen said...

splendid all

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thank you, Gen!

Amity said...

I could imagine how lovely it looks Carlos!