April Haiku #123

Some branches won't mend

to turn to the color brown

fall gracefully off


on the far reaches

at the top of a new branch

one singular bud


here and there lie scars

deep within the rooted bark

each spring born again

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Shyron E Shenko 8 months ago

Hello Jamie,

So glad to see winter go and spring begin anew

And I got that feeling when I read this work of art you.

Blessings my friend.


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Frank Atanacio 8 months ago from Shelton

very nice my friend... Spring is here.. love the art too


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vocalcoach 8 months ago from Nashville Tn.

Ah - the coming of spring when mother earth gives birth to new life! Your haiku says it all. Marvelous. Thank you.


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jhamann 8 months ago from Reno NV Author

Thank you Shyron, it is a blessing to hear from you! I hope you are well. Jamie

Thank you Frank. All Art this year was created and donated by Hannah, Elias, and Samuel Hamann. Jamie

Thank you Audrey I hope you are well. Jamie


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cat on a soapbox 8 months ago from Los Angeles

These express so beautifully the renewal of spring. Nice!


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Romeos Quill 8 months ago from Lincolnshire, England

Pleasant little read for the new season Jamie and an inventive touch with the innocent artwork.

Best wishes to you and your family.


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jhamann 7 months ago from Reno NV Author

Thank you cat on a soapbox for your kind words. Jamie

It is always a pleasure to hear from you Romeos Quill. Jamie

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