The temple bell stops-- / but the sound keeps coming out of the flowers - Basho, epigraph to Mary Oliver's A Poetry Handbook (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1994)

don't know why but this sounds like a story prompt. The temple bell stops-- / but the sound keeps coming out of the flowers - Basho, epigraph to Mary Oliver's A Poetry Handbook (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,

Crows Painting Mixed Media Nature Haiku Autumn Full Moon

Crows Painting Mixed Media Nature Haiku Autumn Full Moon

Sound of a stream, Sunlight dancing on waters, Life wakes up again. Roumiana Tsenkova, 2004; go back

Sound of a stream, Sunlight dancing on waters, Life wakes up again. Roumiana Tsenkova, go back

Wake Butterfly -  It's late, we've miles  to go together.  -- Matsuo Basho

Wake butterfly – It’s late, we’ve miles to go together. -- Matsuo Basho, japanese haiku poet and master. The greatest man that Japan has ever produced.

Haiku poem: each there-- by Michael McClintock.

Haiku poem: each there-- by Michael McClintock. I love McClintock's nature poetry.

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