Sun-Struck Spring Haiku

By: Cynthia Ann Katon-Alfonso

Feb 19 2012

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Category: haiku, My Poems and Garden

9 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:55mm
ISO:280
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:NIKON D3000

 

1.   Slow winter slumbers

Nights recede faster each day

Sparking off bright Spring!

 

2.   Ten thousand colors

Vibrant display of blossoms

Flowers are awake!

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9 comments on “Sun-Struck Spring Haiku”

  1. Your flower pictures always add an extra level of beauty to your poems.

    • thank you Ben for the added appreciation, the flower photo here comes from our very own plant collection of our country’s tropical indigenous plants and trees which are rapidly disappearing from the forests. One last Dainty Bell tree was found 5 years ago,today we managed to propagate a sizable number.

  2. Beautiful haiku and photo~

  3. Lovely picture. I like the second haiku best – it’s livelier and more ‘in the moment’.

  4. Oh, you are a haiku girl after my own heart!! Love it!!


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