so lovely Sandy...both the haiku and image~Have a beautiful day :)
Thanks JanI enjoy being outdoors listening to the quiet sounds of nature.
Oh, I love this, Sandra. Haiku sounds so meaningful with so few words...
I guess that is why it has been around for such a long time. Some people do puzzle, I use haiku to keep my brain active.
beautiful photo and words
Thanks Juliet. That rock is sandstone from Oklahoma. I left it in the woods behind our old house. Sure wish I had brought it here.
__ Warmth, cold, solidity, tenderness... all seen in this photo; your poetry adds another scene. Grand_!_m
It is what a person notices, don't you think? I love the soft side of nature.
I love hearing sounds like that. Things that you can't always hear, sounds that are often different, or always. Lovely way to express it Sandy.
Thanks! Here is another wonderful nature sound--treetops knocking on a windy day in the woods!
I like that sounds trees make also. Wishing you a good time making something for your curtain rod.
I do like that photoYour words are great tooAll the best Jan
Thank you! It is nice to hear from you.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Do you write haiku?
Yes I do, if you'd like to stop by, just click on my name and you'll be taken to my site. Hope to see you there.
what a lovely calm feeling this evokes, thanks Sandy. nice to see you blogging again. :-)
Thanks you Geraldine. Yes, I am back. Are you all settled in your new place?
Slowly but surely, in terms of getting settled. Really enjoying Vancouver Island, especially the friendly people and wonderful mild winter climate.😂I have answered your ?? Re Rescue Remedy, over at my blog.
So glad you are liking your new place. I am sure I would, too!
Hi Sandy,Lovely words and photo - hope you are staying warm with the snow about.Happy weekHugsCarolyn
it has been in the balmy 40's and even 50's these past few weeks. Winter is coming back, though. A foot of snow on Tuesday, and a very cold weekend.
I love the way rocks and round stools and such melt moats around themselves - even in a weak January sun. Pretty rock!
I am amazed ash the sun's ability to melt snow when the temperature is in the 20's. Stones hold the heat just like bricks.