Sunday, 29 March 2009

flowering cherry -
no one seems to notice me
slip into that world

8 comments:

R.K.SINGH said...

Hi, I enjoyed reading your haiku and tanka. Some of the poems are real gems.
Maybe, you too would like to visit my blogs and read some of my haiku and tanka?
http://rksingh.blogspot.com
http://profrksingh.blogspot.com
http://rksinghpoet.blogspot.com
All the best
R K

Frank Williams said...

Unusual haiku. Nice one Paul...

Paul Smith said...

RK & Frank, thank you both for your comments.

John McDonald said...

delightful one Paul
john

Beryl Singleton Bissell said...

In the boreal forests where I live, I marvel at all the unseen wonders blooming there in spring. Those exquisite perennials that hide in the shadows, away from the trails, where they "are" and that's enough.

Paul Smith said...

Thank you Beryl, it sounds beautiful there. I think quiet time with 'nature' (without expectations or demands) is a real gift.

mattm said...

Good stuff Paul, and this one hints at so many other emotions that haiku might find, unseen or otherwise...

Paul Smith said...

Thanks Matt, I appreciate your feedback.