A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
Hi Gerald, while reading your post through Haiku: One Deep Breath, I recognized that I was reading a haiku by a true haiku poet...and found it is by you! That fact, and the haiku, itself, made me smile. It's been a couple years since I've been active in any haiku and poetry group after retiring from editing the World Haiku Review. Happy New Year to you and yours, Debi Bender
I'll be over to collect the horsey poos for my roses...
Makes me think of "The Dead" of Joyce's Dubliners. Snow falls without prejudice on everything and makes it--what?Writing in Faith: Poems
that is truly spectacular! i love how you see everything as possible in words & photo!
Nice one, G!
mine is doggie... but it translates well.......
Great haiku and photo - sure puts all the world in perspective!
Great one! Snow as leveller?
A very unusual and creative haiku.
oh this was nice, very nice. both the picture and the words compliment each other.
I have formed any insight from the read but immediately enjoyed the sound of it.
i believe it is the texture of both text and photo that speaks so well...beautiful
heh! that's a surprising take on snow. even horse puckey made pristine.