Stories Without Words Day 100

cool walk together
gaze at budding, bustling trees–
sharing our moment

for Stories Without Words

[Stories Without Words offers daily photo prompts to inspire any kind of writing.  There are no deadlines.  Make a visit find a photo that inspires you, and write something.  Let me know, so I can visit your post!]

for Monday Poetry Train Revisited


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46 Responses to Stories Without Words Day 100

  1. trisha says:

    lovely-i love this style of saying a complete story with so little number of words.

  2. Viola says:

    Yousei, I love your Haiku. Wonderful job you did penning it.

  3. Maureen says:

    I love how you have captured energy inside stillness. Beautiful!

  4. Amity says:

    Hi Yousei;

    Really a cool, romantic moment…this haiku of yours…:)

    With a treat at gazing lovely nature!

  5. jruthkelly says:

    so ready for the budding, bustling trees!!!!! this is lovely…

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Cuzn R,
      Me too! Buds, birds, and even bees. I imagine my husband will have to check on his bees very soon. Most of our grass is showing now since we had a bit of rain this morning. Yeah Spring!

  6. adam says:

    Very nice poem, Yousei 🙂

  7. Have you considered trying your hand at the Haikuku form and submitting to the Silly contest?

  8. souldose says:

    Sounds like a perfect moment…. Takes me back to the last perfect moment I had with someone before the illness, we walked and ended up taking two taxis to nowhere just talking inside, we went back to our different houses at night.

  9. ichabod says:

    Good Morning Yousei;

    i am awed
    by the tree
    and its world
    reminding me
    of youth

    beside a creek
    in the spring

    walking along its banks
    searching for wood
    to make a raft

    pleasant days
    those were

    a light in my mind
    of what is
    on this world
    to be enjoyed
    by human kind. 🙂

    Not a great poem, but you get the idea 🙂

  10. Julia Smith says:

    There’s a lot of searching for signs-of-spring going on in these here parts, as well.

  11. rdl says:

    nice one! is this also for haiku bones?

  12. lesliepaints says:

    I like this haiku, Yousei. Now I wish I’d pointed the buds out to my grand daughter. We looked at all the squirrel nests and talked about them. There is always tomorrow.

  13. dustus says:

    Nice imagery and sentiment. Thanks

  14. Jingle says:

    beautiful post!

  15. Stan Ski says:

    Moments like this are precious.

  16. william says:

    as always a descriptive, beautiful haiku which makes u smile, u make me smile xx

  17. slpmartin says:

    How one can tell such an enchanting story in so few lines always amazes me…excellent.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Howdy! Did you visit Stories Without Words to see the photo prompt for this haiku? It was just begging for a little story to go with it. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  18. brian miller says:

    these little moments can be so refreshing…

  19. Technobabe says:

    There is an intimacy in the visual of walking together and enjoying the outdoor surroundings together.

  20. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    I can see the buds. Spring is popping out all over here.

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