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Campfire heatChilly morning sunPerked coffeeOverheadMoon in harvest roundLights the wayLess than moreSimply sufficientOccam's ruleHip wadersFly rod, white waterSaturday
the simplicity of your words sets ussmack in the scene. THanks!
I like the new blog.What a great rugged image of the great outdoors. :)Rosexo
Nice series. I particularly like the third. Simple, direct, and yet opens to so much.
So simply put, but so visual. Beautiful!
Beautiful haiku. I am reminded of the camping trip we recently took; simply sufficient, indeed. We had a campfire in the evening and even a moonlit walk on the shore of the nearby lake.
Those are fine words to describe simplicity. It makes me want to experience each one of them!
Sue, I just saw your watercolor paintings! They are sooooo beautiful, I love the colors. Congratulations on them. They are very expressive!
I love the first one, so beautiful and when I close my eyes I must say you capture every scene perfectly!Thank you for visiting my page and leaving that wonderful comment. :)
I love how they flow together. You capture it so well!! The art is great as well... you've got an eye for color :)
These were all just so lovely- I felt so comforted somewho by all of them...
Hi Sue! Wonderful haiku, each one! I feel like I am right there, smelling the crisp morning air and coffee. Beautiful simplicity that evokes rich memories and feeling.:)
you always capture the spirit of haiku so well. these are beautiful!
These all touch on my favorite past times...simply - so lovely. Thank you.
One of my favorite memories is back packing in the Blue Ridge mountains (NC) with my son and making real camp style coffee over an open fire in the mornings. Thanks for these. Very well done.
That first one brings me all the way back to scout camp. I can almost smell the earth and grass.:)
What a magnificent series. And that image is gorgeous. I can see myself camping with you. Ah, simple things we do and crave.
Saturday summed up in a little clutch of words...so well done!
Your captured the great north so well, I want to be there!
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