Love your tree haiku
Thanks, Brudberg :-)
That was a lovely haiku :)
Aw, thanks Cinta! Made me smile to see you on here :-)
This was brilliant !!!
Lovely set..but the second one tugs at my heart ~
I'm definitely not a tree! I've moved so many times I've lost count...Desert Home
Me as well.
The first is so nostalgic, the second kind of sad. I wonder how many people 'die' inside from being uprooted?
It's fairly common.
Beautiful poem and I love both but the first touched my heart..
Oh, yes, so hopeful.
Finely crafted haiku.
Thank you :-)
A home should represent safety, a refuge from the world.
That it should.
the line "dying if it moves" really resonates with me. excellent choice of picture as well.
I really felt that line, Aguilar.
B E A U T I F U L :)))))) right outside my window is an old (I forget what its called...damn it) something something tree. It's one of the oldest trees in town. It's some sort of birch because it sheds its skin. I speak to it often. Tell it how much beautiful it is and thank it for housing so many magnificent birds. And on stormy days, I worry about it. Especially when the wind blows hard.
Oo loved this description :-)
Thank you, Morton.
Freaking awesome, Ben. We had to cut down two HUGE trees in our front yard in the past year and oh, how I miss their shade! It was like losing two old friends. xoxo
It is. I hate losing trees.
Love this write,,,especially the first, which reminds me of my home too,,,,
Oo me too.
Yep, I have to agree with many above, that second set was well put and profound.
I thought so too. Thanks, Jack.
Love the contrast of these two. The second is quite electrifying.
Thanks, Sara :-) You really get me.
WOW! Thank you Ben, nice work.
Thank you for reading, Kim :-D
You've found your way inside my head and now there's no way out!