Friday, July 15, 2011

Friday Haiku...


Photo by Paul Williams

from wooded cover...
doe-eyed curiosity...
boldly approaches...
DDD2011

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16 comments:

  1. oh dianne,
    such tender beauty here today.
    sweet spotted courage!

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  2. Very nice Haiku, Dianne. So sorry to hear about your accident. That's not good. Hope you are well. Susan

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  3. What a beautiful photo, such innocence and trust, and words to go along with it.

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  4. Approaches diffidently, I would assume...

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  5. There is a boldness in that sweet face isn't there?

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  6. Your haiku matches perfectly to the photo. We are seeing a lot of movement out on the highways by the fawns and deer this Summer. The food in the forests must be abundant with the growing season this year and they are cris-crossing the road like crazy. I rarely ride the motorcycle near dusk or dawn. Would hate to crash for sure. Wonderful photo find.

    Peace

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  7. i love deer. and just look at those long-lashed eyes! i've often thought i'm glad i don't live in a time or place where i would have to shoot one in order to survive... this photo and haiku reminds me of "The Yearling."

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  8. Lovely little poem, it matches the photo perfectly. Have a nice weekend.

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  9. How wonderful this poem honoring the deer !
    So sweet in image and word.
    Thanks for the lovely pause.
    Happy Weekend !

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  10. The look in those eyes! you captured it perfectly in your haiku!

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  11. Beautiful work. You've converted me to a follower. I'm new to haiku, but it's so great to have such great poets to learn from. -Lola from Buddhatropolis.com

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  12. The photo is beautiful and you captured it in your haiku!

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  13. precious image with your wonderful haiku Dianne!
    oxo

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  14. Lovely expression on the spotted deer and you have expressed yourself beautifully in the Haiku!! Loved it!!

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