Sunday, August 11, 2019

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the open window
lets fly a grasshopper -
uninvited guest
© gillena cox 2019



Wishing all my friends and visitors a Happy Sunday; Got the lawn cut and shrubs pruned yesterday

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11 August 2017






36 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I imagine how startled the grasshopper must be, to find himself inside. Smiles.

Jae Rose said...

I hope he left quickly!

C. Sandlin said...

I always imagine the house seems much more pleasant than the heat outside, although I'm not always that welcoming of what finds it way inside. Love the image of the grasshopper--it looks as if it just dropped by for a visit.

Jamztoma said...

haha...the grasshopper leaves, that is so my childhood back in the islands. nice and charming.

Gillena Cox said...

I imagine so😊 happy you dropped by Sherry

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Gillena Cox said...

Yup😊 thanks for dropping by Jae

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Gillena Cox said...

Thank you for your apprwciation Chrissa

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Gillena Cox said...

😊thanks for dropping by James

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tonispencer said...

Haha. The hopping grasshopper hopped inside.

Gillena Cox said...

YEAH AND FLEW 😊thanks for dropping by Toni

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Lea said...

Grasshoppers are good luck Gillena! Loved your haiku and art-making!

H. Hennenburg said...

I've seen so many bright green grasshoppers around here lately. None inside yet. They must be awfully fun to corral back out!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Grasshoppers indoors are such a nuisance!

Linda Lee Lyberg said...

we've had some hopping around recently too!

J C said...

I would have never thought of a grasshopper haiku Gillena. This is really kewl. I can see his little self hopping on the sill, inviting himself in. Have a great Sunday.

Myrna R. said...

He was uninvited, but the visit was unintentional too, I'm sure. He must miss the grass you cut. Now he's a little confused.

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Lea

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Gillena Cox said...

😊happy you dropped by H

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Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping by MMT

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Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping by Linda

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Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for your apprwciation JC

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Gillena Cox said...

😊aha!!
Thanks for dropping by Myrna

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Sanaa Rizvi said...

Been having quite a few here myself 😊 Happy Sunday, Gillena πŸ’œπŸ’–πŸ’œ

Susan said...

Did you do the sketch, too? Loved the poem and presentation. So many uninvited guests find the gaps in the screens. And the music soars.

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Hope it got out again all right!

Gillena Cox said...

Happy you dropped by Sanaa

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Gillena Cox said...

Yup, i did the sketch watercolour and brush🎨 Thanks for dropping by Susan

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Gillena Cox said...

Yes,😊 it flew out away
Thanks for dropping by Rosemarie

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Truedessa said...

The grasshopper may be an uninvited guest but, is certainly one I would greet with a smile. Happy Sunday!

Wendy Bourke said...

I can so picture the scene. It is as if, it fill out of a charming children's story book and I am imagining the adventure that is about to commence. A wonderful haiku!

Old Egg said...

We must never forget that birds, animals and insects are just as inquiitive as we are so giving them a safe exit is best. Mind you ants are a little bossy and I don't approve of them!

Gillena Cox said...

😊thanks for your appreciation Wendy

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Gillena Cox said...

😊indeed Robin. Happy you dropped by

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Gillena Cox said...

Happy ypu dropped by Trudessa

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Bill said...

English is a funny things. Around here, "let fly" means something like "throw," or, in specific contexts, "permits/allows to take flight." In either case, the implication would be that the grasshopper is put out, but that doesn't seem to be how this has been read. Anyway, dear Gillena, always a pleasure.

Gillena Cox said...

Ah!!! Thanks for dropping by. Yes indeed this is how it happened.
Though i am always too interested in what and how others view my haiku snd haiga. That's why i rarely add notes.

Happy you dropped by

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