Burning red flowers

Burning-red flowers

Whatever the name clustered

In a sidewalk pot

About AshiAkira

AshiAkira. Author of "Haiku Poems" and "Haiku Poems II" (www.lulu.com/shop/ashi-akira/haiku-poems/paperback/product-23152158.html). Old resident of Tokyo.
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5 Responses to Burning red flowers

  1. Susan Bahr says:

    wonderful. Is it summer there in Japan?
    It’s warm and green here in Vermont

    • AshiAkira says:

      When it’s warm and green, I know how beautiful it is in your part of the country. It still stays deep in my memory. Yes, it’s summer here too. The dark winter clouds and cold are now a thing of the past. It’s quite warm today and pretty soon it will be hot.

      • Susan Bahr says:

        Well, I spoke too soon. We had cold and snow in the mountains. Over a foot on the mountain were I live – and that after so much rain that homes and roads were destroyed in my tiny little town!

  2. Lori Lipsky says:

    Lovely words. “Whatever the name”…I like that. Often we can’t identify the flower, but still we benefit from its beauty.

  3. janehewey says:

    like this one a lot!

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