By the thatched farm house
Ripen persimmons and a crow
You like to write paintings, Ashi 🙂 Don’t you?
Thank you, Monica. Yes, I always see a picture in mind first, then write. Like:
“I want that,” she says
I stretch up but it’s too high
The persimmon laughs
I see you asking me to get a persimmon ripening on the tree but it’s hanging to high for me to reach and swaying in the autumn wind as if laughing at me. In reality though you may be much taller than I am. 🙂
Wow! You did that in seconds. I told you that your a master of poetry, Ashi 🙂 Can I use that and the other haiku (Reddening as leaves drop) on my blog tomorrow?
Of course. You are my muse. I’m always glad and happy if you can make any use of them. Though the one I wrote for you might not be understood by a third person. 🙂
I will put first this Haiku “Reddening as leaves drop” and then my comment and then your answer, Ashi 🙂
That’s a very good and kind idea, Monica. 🙂 ❤
Thank you, Ashi ❤
Such a fabulous poem, imagery. 🌹
It’s lovely here in Vermont. The colors only now starting. Pretty late. But then we’ve had a pretty dry summer.
I know trees will soon be very beautiful there. I just got a comment on my haiku poem from someone who somehow reminded of you, so I was just thinking of you. What a coincidence! It’s been a long time no see. You seem to be alright and I’m glad to know Keep in touch – I mean at shorter intervals. 🙂
It’s me! So sorry to be away for so long! I’m going to start posting again- and reading your wonderful haikus!
I’m so glad to see you back. Looking forward to exchanging of posts again. 🙂
Persimmons! That wonderful astringent taste. A poignant memory of my years in Japan. Autumn is a time of memories.
I am happy with the crow and the ripening persimmons – a lovely colour contrast and appropriately autumnal.
Thank you as always for reading my haiku poems with attention to important and helpful points.
Lovely lines. As always!! 🙂
Such warm imagery.
I’m very glad you say so. Thank you. 🙂
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