We are having some really, really high winds around here today and when I looked outside at the leaves and twigs and other things blowing around the yard I thought about the seeds and how the wind carries them from one home to the next like travelers looking to settle a new territory.
I don’t know how useful the brainstorms are so I haven’t posted that…just the poem.
windy dancing day
tumbling, stumbling seeds
miracle to come
@copyright Susan Taylor Brown
April 12, 2009
I have loved everything about your entries this month- the haiku, the photos, AND the brainstorms. It’s fun to see how a real poet works!
I agree with Anonymous…
Only I’m not….anonymous.
Re: I agree with Anonymous…
Another gem, Susan. Keep ’em coming!
Lovely–again. I really like your bite-sized poems.
Thanks! And I owe you a response but am moving it to email since I can’t keep track of my LJ mails as easily. Just didn’t want you to think I’d forgotten you.
That’s a much nicer view of the wind than I was taking yesterday! Pretty!
Oh that wind must have been something fierce up at your place.
I think the brainstorms are a great chance to see the behind-the-scenes process.
okay…a couple of people had said that so I guess I’ll put them back in. I wasn’t sure if it made the post too long. 🙂
Oh my. I like this one ever so much.
Thank you, Kelly. Your words always mean a lot.
Thanks for the blog post idea.
Thanks for blogging Haiku poems celebrating National Poetry month. My day inspired me to write Haiku, too. Thanks.
Your Haiku poem is beautiful!
Re: Thanks for the blog post idea.
Thank you for commenting. I’m off to see what you wrote.
I love that middle line, Susan!
Thanks, Laura. I had wondered if you had read any of these.