Pristine

white-blue snows unspoiled
sparkle at sunset–
footprints headed home

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In response to Haiku Bones prompt:  regret.

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About Yousei Hime

This is the journal of a poetic rabbit. Within the warren you'll find poetry, short stories, essays, art, book and movie reviews, and other odds and ends. If you happen to meet the fey princess, be courteous. This rabbit did and was forever changed.
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29 Responses to Pristine

  1. jruthkelly says:

    this haiku brings a big smile to my face. snow is speaking to me these days. i love the unspoiled newness of it all. a lovely walk thru the layers of possibility, your words.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Cousin JRuth,
      I do love to see a field of untouched snow. One of the nice things about nature, it can clear the slate, make everything look fresh with a blanket of new snow.

  2. Amity Me says:

    Hi Yousei;

    sorry, been absent from your space for quite a long time….been melacholic you know…plus Shraddha had a makeover of my blog and it’s looking pretty this time, isn’t it?

    you told me an Princess of Acrostics…wish there’s a badge ofr that and have it awarded to me…lolz….but thanks anyway Yousei, you were the first to call me that!!!

    you always amaze me with your post, so that when i was absent bloghopping, i missed your work, plus, Shraddha lost my bloglist so I can no longer get to you…glad you came and i now found the link and added you once again in my bloglist…:)

    Happy New year Yousei!!!

  3. kathytemean says:

    I love your poem. Why aren’t you writing something for David L Harrison’s Poems Inspired by a Single Word Contest? I bet you would win. This month’s word is “Time.”

    Kathy

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Kathy,
      Thank you for the encouragement and info. I needed some lifting up today. Not sure why. I’ll take a look at the site and will definitely begin submitting. Thanks again.

  4. Tacy says:

    Thank you!!! 😀

  5. Tacy says:

    Hey Yousei Hime!! It is 2010!!!! I just wanted to wish you a VERY happy new year!!!! Wooooo!

  6. catgirlslovehaiku says:

    Have the happiest of New Years, friend!

  7. Tacy says:

    Yes, yes yes! I loooove it. So cute and so… sophisticated. I find myself studying it every time I see it!

  8. Tacy says:

    Beautiful! I love your new Gravatar!

  9. heartshapedlies says:

    “Footprints headed home” – wow!
    I love your haikus!

  10. catgirlslovehaiku says:

    Love this one. Love the picture of the winter scene it forms in the mind.

  11. Jeeves says:

    Footprints headed home. Wow!

  12. lesliepaints says:

    Walking toward warmth is strong in this image.

  13. Sandy says:

    Beautiful. One of the things I love about me snow is the clean slate for new tracks. Don’t know about you, both I usually stay out until I get cold!

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Sandy,
      I love a clean blanket of snow too. I chose the topic because I can hardly bring myself to mar it with footprints, though my cats have no such hesitation. Thus, when I do take a walk, I leave a trail of regret, so to speak. Thanks for coming by and sharing. Your visits are most welcome.

  14. Technobabe says:

    Footprints heading home brings peace to my heart, especially since I am experiencing snow storms in real life. The thought of getting home to relax in a safe and cozy environment takes the stress out of the snow storm. Maybe I am being too literal but seeing more white on the walkways I shoveled and on the driveway this morning, I was sooooo happy to be inside and warm.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Technobabe,
      I am completely in agreement on the “happy to be inside and warm” concept. I love the outdoors, but I am not very temperature-extremes tolerant. No, if you ever wonder what Yousei is doing on a cold day, picturing me wrapped in a blanket with a good book is the best guess. 😉 Thank you for coming by and for your own wonderful blog as well.

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