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hi koujithe long braids were onions and garlic - surely you must use them in your food too!
Very beautiful sentiment.
wow, brown is really the season's most poetic color...
Reflective poetry!:) Beautiful!:)
lovely imageyou could leave out "all these" in L2 without any damage
Like the ambiguity of whether you mean autumn itself is reflected in the eyes or the end of a love affair. Awesome haiku Kouji.
What a beautiful sentiment in this haiku. That's what I love about these forms they're simple and yet portray such beauty that sometimes cannot be displayed through regular poetry. Thanks for the comment on my blog.http://apoetsview.today.comhttp://insanfrancisco.today.com
Ah, love it. I have brown eyes!
I have brown eyes - literally! I wish a lover would tell me that, if we happen to be in a place where autumn exists.
"brown eyes" or gray hairs? :) nice one kouji!
these last 3 odes to autumn leaves are all poignant and lovely:-)
Just read one haiku from Buson: In an old pond a frog ages while leaves fall;-(Perhaps this is specially for myself...)
I love brown eyes ; ) Both of my boys have them! Hope you have a happy Friday tomorrow and an EXCELLENT weekend : )! Where do you live? I live in Pennsylvania.
I like this one,
some leaves do indeed look like big brown eyes
A love Haiku - love it Kouji
thanks for the comment, mediterranean kiwi. :)ah. onions and garlic. :) thought they looked familiar. i've seen something like that here. can't quite remember the province though. :)
thanks for the comment, wayfaring wanderer. :)and thanks for the kind words. :)
thanks for the comment, spool artist. :)looks like it. :) funny really. we have no autumn here in the philippines, so i wouldn't normally write about fall. but since i joined the autumn haiku 2008 collaborative blog, i find myself trying to imagine autumn, and to experience it vicariously.
thanks for the comment, borut. :)reflective indeed. :)
thanks for the comment, polona. :)indeed. was feeling iffy about that second line. thanks for the advice. :)
thanks for the comment, janice thomson. :)indeed. what i was going for. glad you liked it. :)
thanks for the comment, tsannie. :)glad you liked it. :)
thanks for the comment, jodapoet. :)indeed. that's why i like haiku as well. :)
thanks for the comment, adventure girl wanna be. :)so do i. :)
thanks for the comment, gem. :)indeed. since we have no autumn here in the philippines. :) or what would be reflected would be green, lush foliage. :)
thanks for the comment, dimaks. :)ah. gray hair is indeed beginning to appear. :)
thanks for the comment, janet. :)am glad you like them. :) was also feeling that i should contribute more to autumn haiku 2008. :)
thanks for the comment, tikkis. :)i like that. :) for me as well. :)
thanks for the comment, rebeckah. :)cute. :) sometimes though i wonder what it would be like to have blue eyes, or maybe green ones. :O hope you have an excellent weekend as well. :)i'm way over in manila, the philippines.
thanks for the comment, crafty green poet. :)am glad you liked it. :)
thanks for the comment, mediterranean kiwi. :)indeed. a tree looking back at me... :O
thanks for the comment, ashi. :)am glad you liked it. :) and it was nice of you to visit. :)
well kouji, as they say... autumn is a state of mind... you don't have to experience fall in order to see the wondrous symphony of the season's wildest times! keep haiku-ing!
thanks for the comment, spool artist. :)indeed. still, it would be interesting to experience it one of these days, i think. :)
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