Haiku and Cherry Blossoms

I just had to share the link below with those who like to visit my blog.  Hiruta-san has posted beautiful pictures of cherry blossoms in Japan.  Along with the photos are some excellent haiku by Professor Kirby Record.  Please visit this site when you have the chance.  I’m certain you will love this post.

 Haiku by Professor Kirby Record (Part 1)


About T A Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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7 Responses to Haiku and Cherry Blossoms

  1. Hiruta says:

    Yousei Hime- san,

    thank you very much for introducing our site to your friends.
    It will be a great pleasure for me to show you around Akita.

    With my best wihes,
    Hidenori Hiruta

  2. lesliepaints says:

    Isn’t it fun how everyone seems to flow and interconnect with one another’s blogs? I follow Akita Haiku and Sketches from Life by Joshua and now your site. I love the gifts you all write.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      I love connecting too! Blogging has been a blessing for me in so many ways. I visited Akita Haiku using your list. I will be sure and stop by Life by Joshua as well. Thank you for your writing and painting. Your blog is a very special gift as well.

  3. blissbait says:

    Good Morning Yousei! Thanks for the link and what I’m certain will be great beauty! Will bop by there now. Cheers and Namaste. 🙂

  4. Technobabe says:

    Yes, the haiku and photos on the blog you recommend are beautiful.

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