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2014/09/08

bare branch (haiga)





(c) C.L.R, 2014
perfect sunny day
twisting apples off a branch
a caterpillar snores


praying for clumsy hands
a worm smiles at the child


basket full
naked branch safe for some leaves
dogs wrestle
(c) C.L.R. 2014

(c) Tournesol `14




Posted by Cheryl-Lynn Roberts, 2014/09/07

Haiku Horizon, Branch


18 comments:

  1. A perfect day to be in the open, sunny and peaceful. Nicely Cheryl!

    Hank

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    1. It was a lovely day, thank you for reading, Hank :)

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  2. That is so great that you used a "critter" - to snore, smile and wrestle! Brought a smile to my lips and a desire to reread several time. Enjoyed it a lot.

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    1. Oh my, thank you so much for such kind words! To know you read it a few times and it made you smile is such a compliment, thank you:)

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  3. A snoring caterpillar:) We don't have them here. Interesting:)

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    1. Well you have to listen very attentively :D

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  4. I've never heard a snoring caterpillar until today. What a lovely idea. Wonderful story.

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    1. Snoring sounds more fun than just sitting there and if you listen real close with supersonic ears, you can hear it :D

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  5. Nice description of a perfect autumn day

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    1. Thank you...my you have a lovely name (grins)

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  6. Issa would love the snoring caterpillar ;)

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    1. I am sure Issa would have enjoyed this as well (grins) the qualities we can attribute to the characters of little critters is amazing:)

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  7. a calm and peaceful day where your attention can be anywhere . a snoring caterpillar ....a smiling worm ...wrestling dogs // a moment of zen Cheryl !

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    1. That was a very zen afternoon indeed...I`m so glad to have the opportunity to write these ku to keep that memory more vivid.

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  8. Great idea. Very nicely penned.

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    1. Thank you, Usha, for your kind words:)

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  9. That's nice! Now whenever I'll see a caterpillar i'll try to pay a bit more attention to the details! Loved your imagination. :)

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    1. Don't go to close, he may growl ;)

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