Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Ginko - Memorial Park 6




ginko - a walk for haiku inspiration


Visit also
Cities of Green Leaves Ginko No Kukai

8 comments:

Devika said...

times when war were on purpose and people fought for a cause - makes one wonder what a legacy we, our generation, leaves back - good haiga, Gillena :)

the Bandit is a good friend of mine...and am a regular reader of his blog :)

wishes,
devika

Devika said...

ah yes, the first time i had a problem with commenting...but then it accepted :)

wishes,
devika

Magyar said...

__A richer feeling of life is always there, within that historic essence... of heros.
__Fine one Gillena. +m

Gillena Cox said...

Devika
glad you enjoyed the ginko at Haiku
Bandit

Doug
couldn't agree with you more

much love...

Michelle said...

The sadness of those who have passed is balanced with the excellence of their service. I like the words your haiku (am I using the right term?) with the statue centered in the photo surrounded by the trees, like sentries of those who passed.

Gillena Cox said...

Chelle; yes, this haiku is a remembrance poem,
we observe Memorial Day here in T&T in November,
wreaths are laid at the cenotaph in an official ceremony

much love...

Gemma Wiseman said...

A beautiful space to reflect on those who have gone before! Lovely!

Gillena Cox said...

thank you for stopping by Gemma

much love...