hues nature haiku poem

golden hued summer
the sand and sea stretching on
you blink and it's gone


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a haiku poem for autumn haiku 2008

also a haiku poem for haiku fridays :)

Haiku Friday


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32 comments:

  1. This is a lovely one! it is all gone to quickly.

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  2. thanks for the comment, art and poetry. :)

    am truly amazed by how quickly you arrive on the scene here to comment. :O

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  3. Too true! And oh, how I love summer and the sun!!

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  4. That is so sweet! And I have summer just around the corner in Australia!

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  5. thanks for the comment, jenn in holland. :)

    i too love summer and the sun. it helps that this tropical country has some rather lovely beaches. :)

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  6. thanks for the comment, greyscale territory. :)

    good for you. :O here, it's mostly rain and grey.

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  7. i always couldn't wait for summer to end, but when it did it seemed too soon. nice haiku.

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  8. thanks for the comment, monica. :)

    summers here can be terribly hot, so there's quite the downside. still, one misses it some.

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  9. LOL. I really doesn't understand Haiku - dumb me. Hehe.

    bird perched on tree branch
    summer sun gone set for fall
    cocoon worm food gone

    Hahaha. my goodness - haiku enthusiasts don't curse me okay?

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  10. thanks for the comment, bloggista. :)

    and thanks for the haiku. :) rather nifty. :)

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  11. I always wonder how in such short lines can be placed such great sense! Amazing!

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  12. thanks for the comment, kompostela. :)

    one reason i like haikus, the fact that they're so small and portable. :)

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  13. Oh! Looks like that was just a dream!

    Yes haiku poems are always an easy read.

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  14. thanks for the comment, gem. :)

    true. a summer dream. or mirage.

    another reason i like haikus. :) quite easy short reads.

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  15. thanks for the comment, borut. :)

    nice word. don't think i've ever used that.

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  16. Ohhhh Sooo true thank you for the read. I guess I'll have to concede to the change.

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  17. thanks for the comment, lela. :)

    we all must, i guess. at least until the next summer...

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  18. This made me miss summer! I want my summer back! XD

    Weather's too cold and dreary.

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  19. Such delicious and gorgeous imagery. Goodbye, summer.

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  20. thanks for the comment, aki nominal. :)

    i do sometimes miss summer as well. mostly because there was no flooding then. :O

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  21. thanks for the comment, maggies mind. :)

    goodbye indeed.

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  22. thanks for the comment, winter moth. :)

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  23. This is a great haiku! You are really good at this!

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  24. thanks for the comment, rebeckah. :)

    kind of you to say.

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  25. Hi Kouji....
    Thanks for sharing my first week at my new job with me :)
    I enjoy you blog

    Reihaisha

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  26. So true! My summer went by quicker than ever before (this being the first summer with a dependent).

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  27. thanks for the comment, reihaisha. :)

    must be pretty exciting over there, with the new job. been quite interesting, following along on your blog. :)

    may things only improve for you.

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  28. thanks for the comment, mel. :)

    makes me wonder how summers will work out for me, when i too eventually have a dependent.

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  29. Our summer was definitely like that - one blink and gone! We sort of went from winter to a very late summer to an early Autumn.

    Sorry Kouji for not being here sooner - I thought I had put your blog in my reader and was surprised to find out tonight I had not done this.

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  30. thanks for the comment, janice. :)

    interesting though. i wonder sometimes what it would be like to live somewhere with 4 seasons.

    no worries about the reader. am just glad you could drop by. :)

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