Sunday, March 23, 2008

Spring Haiku

The prompt at One Single Impression is Spring. The following are my contributions.



Spring flowers sing
in pink, yellow and blue hues
a joyful chorus

Forsythia Blooms
are often surprised
with snow bonnets

20 comments:

Mary L said...

Hi,
I love this picture!!! Have a wonderful week.

SandyCarlson said...

Oh, that is breathtaking. I feel blessed for being here right now. Wonderful work.
Writing in Faith: Poems

Nancy said...

Beautiful photos and haiku! Thanks for sharing.

Teri C said...

OMG, it's perfect!!! The snow bonnet is inspired!!

Raven said...

These are both enchanting. I love the idea of the snow bonnet... and a chorus of flowers. Lovely photos too.
Happy Spring!

Sian said...

Snow bonnets is such a pretty image

MyBellavia said...

Both of these are wonderful! So bright in thought!

MarianneNielsen said...

Oh they are both so lovely and make me feel as though I'm there.

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
Your Haikus and photos are lovely!
Multi-talented lady!
Sorry your Forsythia has a snow bonnet. She does wear it well.
Stay warm, April will be here soon.
Sherry

gautami tripathy said...

Snow bonnets! I loved that image!

reverently renewed

lissa said...

flowers are wonderful signs of spring

spacedlaw said...

And wile they look uite fetching in their fashions, I bet they are not really enjoying it...

OneMoreBeliever said...

that amazes me seeing forsythia blooms in snow... beautiful...

gardenpath said...

Two beauties, no three, the photo, too. I would love to hear that song.

Daniel J Santos said...

Very beautiful, excellent.

kate smudges said...

I love your Forsythia haiku - that is wonderful.

Just saw your beautiful watercolour bird on chain on Q's blog - very well done!

Quiet Paths said...

Wow, forsythia. Stunning. I am imaging it through your words and photo. Thank you.

Pam said...

I really like your second poem. Thanks for sharing these.

Forever Young said...

glorious, but where's spring?

qualcosa di bello said...

lovely photos! those poor forsythias...your words have captured the springs of my youth