Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
I hope you all have had a wonderful weekend full of inspiration ... in a relaxed mode. I had a wonderful weekend, the last of my vacation. Monday October 14th I have to work again, I am glad, because four weeks vacation is awesome, but caring for my mother took a lot of my free time, but well ... I love my mom and she and I are the only living two of our family (my brother and my dad have passed away) so we have to be there for eachother.
We are celebrating our 7th birthday this month through honoring the small creaters of nature. Today I have chosen for those small creatures that can be such a pain in the ass ... mosquitos, but there are several wonderful haiku about them. So let me give you a few examples:
in a harmonica
© Jane Reichhold
in and out of raindrops
falling from the eaves they swarm...
|The Mosquito Hums|
A mosquito buzzes
Every time flowers
of honeysuckle fall
Searching storehouse eaves,
rapt in plum blossom smells,
the mosquito hums
Four beautiful haiku on mosquitoes. The beauty of these haiku makes the mosquito no longer a pain in the ass.
I was triggered by the haiku by Buson, so here is my attempt to create a haiku themed "mosquitoes":
honeysuckle flowers fall
one by one, awakening mosquitoes,
covering the Earth
This episode is open for your submissions tonight at 7:00 PM (CEST) and will remain open until October 20th at noon (CEST). Have fun!