NaHaiWriMo Day 16


reflecting pool bare branches still old souls

About T A Hillin-Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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14 Responses to NaHaiWriMo Day 16

  1. brian miller says:

    ah they are old souls…and carry quite a many stories within their whirls…

    • Yousei Hime says:

      🙂 True. Hard not to love trees. That grew even stronger for me after reading Tolkien (adore the ents) and then later moving out into the country up north. Magnificent autumns build that love. Thank you for your visit and comment, my friend.

  2. Thomas Davis says:

    O, I really like this. It has different meanings and reminds me of the Japanese poems on long sheets of rice paper.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Thomas Davis,
      Yes, I really like how this one turned out as well. I’d love to do a sumi-e painting and have it written on it in calligraphy. Maybe I can do that when I visit the Saginaw Teahouse next. 🙂

  3. sanjuktaa says:

    Lovely image and ku to match!

  4. suzicate says:

    I love this, how beautiful!

    • Yousei Hime says:

      The photo looks like something you might take. I can see why you’d like it. I’ve been catching up on blog reading, and really enjoying your posts. I loved the dreams post (laughed outloud) and the fort pictures. Did you have a guide? A good one can make a place come to life.

  5. Fergiemoto says:

    I like this one a lot!

  6. Raven says:

    A little bit of something to which I daily look forward. I am never disappointed.

  7. slpmartin says:

    Such a vista does engender the feeling one is in the presence of old souls…lovely verse.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Of all the photos I’ve taken, this is one of my favorites. I used it on a previous post, but it seemed perfect for this haiga. Glad as always to have you here.

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