Friday, September 16, 2011

war orphans 
dandelion seeds waiting 
for the wind 

Published in Haiku in English, Daily Haiku Selection, Mainichi Japan, September 12, 2011


Anonymous said...

I love this image!

Iris said...

Great picture in few words.

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Thanks, Sandy!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Hi Iris. Thanks!

Amity said...

The haiku King, finally I got time to read him...:)

I missed your place Carlos...:)

Your haikus keep me thinking if I am really writing haikus the right way...:)

You're the best Carlos!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Amity--I think you'll appreciate, among others, the thoughts of Jane Reichhold at I continue to learn from her and other haikuists. I'm in awe of their works, their insights. For me, the haiku king is Issa.

Best regards.

Anonymous said...

You learnt a lot from Jane Reichhold.
The juxtapostion (war orphans - dandelion seeds) is touching.

Jacek said...

A strong visual haiku, with a vivid emotional track as well.

Ściągi said...

It is amazing to look at the world at Haiku poems ...

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Many would agree with you, Sciagi. Thank you for your visit to this place.

Best regards!

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Anonymous said...

Hi Carlos,

did you see it? We have a meeting again at Mainichi Daily News - Best of 2011 - you with "war orphans" and I with "lonesome road / somewhere a trombone / moving the moon". It seems to me that Mainichi is our virtual meeting point. I'm am happy about that.

Best wishes