Tuesday, April 06, 2010

a Spring Haiku, said Princess Haiku


Spring orchid too large
shy, my heart hides under white clouds
a fragrant longing

9 comments:

Short Poems said...

So beautiful haiku :)

The picture is gorgeous :)

Marinela x

Princess Haiku said...

Marinela,
Thanks for the kind words and visiting my blog. I will be happy to link your web page.

Isabella said...

What a wonderful poem! You made my day!

Stephen Bess said...

Nice. It's so tranquil here. :)

goatman said...

So once again so
deluge of color and smell
how many more come?

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