Post Format Hidden Profundity Uncurling Haiku… (or the Perceiver is the Perceived) May 24, 2018 18 comments “How could so few words have any profound meaning?” the Haiku poem reads. Uncurling Fern… Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2018 Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookEmailPinterestRedditLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
And one hopes one gets it! 🙂
Good one, Tom!
Thanks much, Michael! 🙂 Let’s keep that poetry alive!
How could such a fern
give rise to such poetry
asks the curving sun
I agree with shoreacres, Thomas. Have a nice day, greets to Tweetie, regards Mitza
Sweet of you to say, Mitza! Yes, you too, and i’ll say something to Tweetie from you! 🙂
Exquisite! Brava :::: clapping ::::
Much appreciated, Roxi! 🙂 Were you using one hand, or two?
The meaningful prose-
Of a short little Haiku-
Are words that touch you-
If it has deep enough meaning in the right way. 🙂
A sure sign of Spring – next you have to capture a series of photos, like time-lapse photography to watch the fern unfurl.
Too windy, this spring, for any such time-lapse photography thing. I was lucky to get a decent shot of it the way it was! 🙂
That’s too bad … maybe next year? Yes, Spring was a disappointment and, even though I complained about Winter and the chilly Spring, we now have temps that may reach near-record or record levels for heat this weekend, and that will touch off torrential rain and raucous thunderstorms once again. I was not ready for all this heat all of a sudden – whew! I took some photos of mushrooms yesterday and thought of you – hopefully they turn out.
The twists and curves of the fern up close are quite pretty, nice shot!
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