Monday, August 31, 2009

Japanese Challenge

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Devika said...

That's it -- Leaves leave imprints! :)

Beautiful haiga, Lorraine :)


Brian Miller said...

leaves to play in,
with friends.
wonderful today.

Bellezza said...

I wonder which is more important, Zen or friendship? To me, the later. I'm glad you are my friend. XOXO

Gillena said...

wet season --
leaves asail in shallow
canal water

much love

gautami tripathy said...

zen moments
leave trails

Allan Alexandre said...

Le zen ou zazen ou ouverture sur l'autre, un livre est une autre ouverture sur le monde.

T.Migratorius said...

It's a good friend who will share spiritual insights with you. Are you telling me summer is nearing it's end?

Beautiful haiga Lorraine.

Janice Thomson said...

Wow - you've outdone yourself my friend. Beautiful haiga. Can't wait for the Autumn colour!

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

You say things so well. I wish I had your gift for words.

Kristin Riggs said...

I love the idea of a season being born...I spoke tonight on my blog of just how inspiring the anticipation of a season change has been for me. I see that you have found the same to be true. Beautiful! :)

GABRIELA said...

Lovely interpretation of the change of seasons, both by image and words!

Lorraine said...

Thanks Dev, I'm glad you enjoyed it :)

lol I like Brian :)

Beautiful comment Meredith, and Of course I have you to thank for, Zen would allow friends to come first lol

That's lovely Gillena, thank you :)

Another beauty Gautami, many thanks :)

Oui c'est vrai et c'est beau, merci beaucoup Allan :)

Lorraine said...

Geeze blogger can be rude it pressed post before I finished answering...geesh

Thanks so much Robin, the fact that my arms are cold is always an indication although In Canada you know we occasionally get 4 seasons in one week lol

I was inspired by the giving of the gift :) YES soon Autumn, thanks m'lady

Lynne, you do have the gift and you're ahead of me yours lasts longer ;)

Thanks so much Christine, I once wrote a poem for a class and I got top makes, it was about Hope and one line said Hope is Every Season's First Breath...I have to find that poem lol

It's lovely to have you here Gabriela, thank you very much!

standley said...

La zenitude s'apprend-elle? Je me pose la question. J'ai plutôt l'impression qu c'est inné!

Lorraine said...

Tu as bien raison Richard, ce n'est plus une question d'apprendre mais plutôt de se rappeler :)merci beaucoup!