Thursday, August 20, 2015

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they furl like cloud puffs ...
morning glory look-alikes
loving rainy days

© gillena cox 2015


Revisit
WIldflower 2009
WIldflower 2013
WIldflower 2015 Feb




Written for the prompt at Carpe Diem My Favorite Haiku by ... #2 Chiyo-Ni's Morning Glory


asano eikou yoku baketto entanguru watashiha mizuwo motomeru

morning glory!
the well bucket-entangled,
I ask for water
© Chiyo-Ni

This haiku is a beauty because of Chiyo-Ni's feeling towards the Morning Glory which entangled the well bucket. She sees the beauty of the Morning Glory and she doesn't want to ruin it. So she turns to one of our neighbors and asks for water.

Here is my response on this beauty by Chiyo-Ni:

Morning Glories
have overgrown the wooden fence
I take the back one
© Ch√®vrefeuille (2014)


And linking also to
Recuerda Mi Corazon like cloud puffs



And to
i heart macro #113

16 comments:

Reading Pleasure said...

Nice imagery, Gillena.

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks Celestine

much love...

abrianna said...

Lovely morning glories.

Gillena Cox said...

They are look alikes, wildflowers ; thanks for dropping in

much love...

Lea said...

Your cloud puffs have forever changed how I will look at morning glories!

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping in Lea

much love...

annie said...

The thing I like about morning glories, aside from their beautiful blue color, is the way they grow in a cascade that is deep enough to crawl into and hide or wear like a cape.

rebecca said...

i am dearly enjoying your pairing of haiku. one timeless from a master- one from the present looking back.

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Excellent haiga

payal agarwal said...

How beautiful! :)

Gillena Cox said...

You made me smile, thanks for dropping in Annie

Much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Thank you for your appreciation Rebecca

Much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks Kristjaan

Much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Happy you dropped by Papal

Much love...

Anonymous said...

Very sweet! :)
from - Jen (Paloma)

Milan Rajkumar said...

Ah Gillena ,what an imagery ! A rare beauty !