A haiku haiga dialogue, enhancing the simple talent of appreciation...
Labels: balisier, bird sounds, Caribbean, haiku, Heliconia, kiskadee, Trinidad and Tobago, Wild Plantain, wildflower
posted by Gillena Cox at 12:16 PM
what a lovely plant! Beautiful!
it's a beautiful plant indeed. The haiku is lovely - and I learned something new about your country :-)Best wishes, Frieda
Gillena san,thank you for interest flower that I have never seen.sakuo.
That is just an incredible combination of textures and elements. So softly feminine, and intricate. Beautiful! Iflorist.co.uk
I love wildflowers and your words: a song :)
Fine picture, wish I was there.Best wishesRalf
Grand photo and verse, Gillena! As always... _m
What a striking photo and haiku to match.Congratulations on your feature poems in the recent issue of Moonset.Adelaide
What a lovely word -- "kiskadee".It's sound reminds me of "chickadee," a bird that lives in my neck of the woods.
lovely, lovely colors ...Greetings from Japan
A nice one. (J'ai finalement trouvé votre blog !)Amicalement.
Thanks all of you for stopping by;Adelaide, re moonset, thanks; i havent received my copy as yet, looking forward to itmuch lovegillena
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