a lot of warmth in these- nice work!
What a difference the pluralisation of wind makes to the movement - one sky, one sun but not just one wind!
Hang on in there.
Its very nice! it is good to be rooted
Wow...this one's nice.Always fascinated by Haiku poetry..
Hey gautami...chk out this...Tried a haiku...though not sure if it is one....http://songofsea.wordpress.com/2009/02/03/regrets/
What a beautiful flower you are blossiming into.hugs for you
I begin to understand that the freedom to sway in the breeze comes from a sense of being securely rooted,(Your prompt of "spectral" comes up next week. Please send me a poem and/or image before then!)
azure is a species far
Sounds like a struggle, a battle, defiantly won.
Love the personification in this. Lovely piece Guatami.
Isn't it ironic that being firmly rooted gives us the freedom to sway! Lovely.
mmm beautiful...a dance bravo and aren't you pretty :)
I like the gentle movement implied in your poem.
I love swaying in the breeze ... I so enjoyed these.
loved the way u have described the grass :) hope i interpreted it right :)
My heart felt warmed when I read this...it was comforting. Beautiful!
A dancing poem of rooted movement-- very clever.
oh, i love this!
oh, very nice!Loved it!Margie
you are definitively that!loved this, gautami--
Love that second one. To know we are always rooted, even in "sandstorms."
Beautiful, full of energy and proud defiance. Thank you
Oneness with nature that hardly come by any of us, unless one is receptive to this sort of deep observation. Wonderful.
Gautami, first off let me say that I like your pretty and new profile picture. (I changed mine too.) It's so nice in the sun even when the winds are blowing the sand. I like your answer to the sky's question, be proud, you are hanging in there...
Very warm and beautiful poem.
These are delightfully carefree. Refreshing - I esp. connect with the second.
strong roots, firmly planted...a beautiful flower indeed..
The continuity of movement is delightful!
These are so perfect for the prompt. I like your photo, too.
Hopefully I can bloom when the blizzard comes, the test..hmm? I was terrible at math but these are most confident verses-
When soil is spewing and wind is blowing, you are blooming and swaying happily.. Beautiful movements!
Beautiful haiku Tami!
It is wonderful to sway in the wind and stay rooted at the same time.