A haiku haiga dialogue, enhancing the simple talent of appreciation...
Labels: Caribbean, fruit seller, haiga, pause, Trinidad and Tobago
posted by Gillena Cox at 10:32 AM
push cartthis fruit monger restsdessertLove the fruit/fast food juxt.!Best wishes! _m
I can smell the fragrance of the fruit.It is peaceful and makes me easy.Thanks,Gillena san.Sakuo.
fastfood/food and rest....very representative of the modern society :)But, beautiful haiga, Gillena :)wishes, devika
but no, no offence to the fruit seller....he's only doing his job and needs rest...i was talking more about the consumer society we have sadly become, wishes, devika
FAN tastic, love the words and fruit display :)
ThanksMagyar so nice of you to renku;Sakuo san we call them 'portugals' they are similar to your 'mandarin oranges'Certainly Devika; you caught on the right nuances of today; consumerism is bundled in with "progress"Lorraine glad you dropped bymuch love.......
This is lovely...the combination of healthy and unhealthy food :-)
Frieda thank you for dropping in; i must say, with all of my cooking skills; i still love to go out and buy those 'high in fats' delicious fast foods; as well as the fruit :)much love...
very nice, gillena :)
thank you Bette; glad you stopped by; much love
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