Sunday, January 29, 2017

winter haiku the sound of snow



the whispery sound
of snowbanks gently shifting
a january sun

24 comments:

  1. so lovely Sandy...both the haiku and image~

    Have a beautiful day :)

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    1. Thanks Jan
      I enjoy being outdoors listening to the quiet sounds of nature.

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  2. Oh, I love this, Sandra. Haiku sounds so meaningful with so few words...

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    1. 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.

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    1. 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.

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  4. __ Warmth, cold, solidity, tenderness... all seen in this photo; your poetry adds another scene. Grand_!
    _m

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    1. It is what a person notices, don't you think? I love the soft side of nature.

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  5. 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.

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  6. Thanks! Here is another wonderful nature sound--treetops knocking on a windy day in the woods!

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    1. I like that sounds trees make also.
      Wishing you a good time making something for your curtain rod.

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  7. I do like that photo
    Your words are great too

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you! It is nice to hear from you.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by! Do you write haiku?

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    2. 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.

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  9. what a lovely calm feeling this evokes, thanks Sandy. nice to see you blogging again. :-)

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    1. Thanks you Geraldine. Yes, I am back. Are you all settled in your new place?

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    2. 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.

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    3. So glad you are liking your new place. I am sure I would, too!

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  10. Hi Sandy,

    Lovely words and photo - hope you are staying warm with the snow about.
    Happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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    1. 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.

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  11. I love the way rocks and round stools and such melt moats around themselves - even in a weak January sun. Pretty rock!

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    1. 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.

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