A haiku haiga dialogue, enhancing the simple talent of appreciation...
Supreme, lovely, inspiring..wow bravo Gillena, I love this
What a powerful image.
Of course, I'm bound to point out the lyrics "And no religion too". Never understood how many capitalists, nationalists and church goers love this song when basically it's a re-write of where the Communist Manifesto wants us to go.
It's good to know that mother nature has been part of the green movement before we ever had words to describe it. A wonderful image to contemplate.
__I've drawn an 'imaginary line' between sunrise and sunset... all things along that line I worship, the brook, the tree, the bird, the fish, and... all things.__My 'imaginary line' is the base-line to my triangle of belief, pagan as it may seem, and at the apex of that triangle is that, creator of... all things. __Some, who understand as do I, call that creator God... and here Gillena, your haiga affirms my belief in God, and... all things. _m
agree with Bill - powerful Gillena well donejohn
Clean haiga and haiku!!I saw Beatles that is wonderful song.I remind many things.Thank you for sharing.sakuo.
glad you liked this; photo of a spider lily plant in my garden used in this haiga; thanks for your awesome encouraging commentsmuch lovegillena
I've heard this song on the radio several times in the past week and thought it strange that I should hear it so often all at once. It's such a fantastic song, but one that usually gets drowned out on today's radio. How lovely to see it adapted to haiku!
no need imagining, if there is metaphysical truth, this is one...
Kelly and BJThanks for stopping bymuch lovegillena
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