The man of many forms and talents. Your haikus are like small blooms of the season. Love 'em!!
nice to have you back russ, with this optimistic spring likened haikus! ~_^
nice work! :)
Thanks Pat! Glad you enjoyed these. Thanks for that comment full of nice complements.
Hi Gerald! Glad you liked them.
Hey Andrew! Great to see you and thanks for those much appreciated words, my friend.
I particularly like the notion of lost pleasure tucked in the folds of darkness.I apologise for not having visited earlier. I found a comment of yours had been put in my spam folder.
Hi Watermaid! Glad you enjoyed that. I'm also glad to hear that comment turned up at last. Thanks for coming by, you're always welcome here. I'll link up to you, if you don't mind.
yeah, I like the foldsmushroom risotto tonightthought you'd like to know
Hi Roger! Thanks for that, my old friend! And you are right, of course, I'm always interested in what you've got simmering in the pot. Thanks for keeping me posted!
Interesting choice of words. I experimented a bit with brevity, but in a prose-ish, unstructured way. I'd be interested to hear your opinion on some of my stuff. Lovely Blog! :)
Thanks Churu Churu! That first haiku was especially unusual. I am very happy that people are responding so positively to it. Thank you for your nice comment and I'll be happy to spend some time reading and commenting on your writing in a day or two. I can already say that I found it quite interesting.
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