Haiku – 6/10/14 lorriebowdenHaiku, My Art and Poetrybeauty, Haiku, love14 Comments Honeysuckle blooms breathe life on the vine of love nectar tastes so sweet Blessitude Lorrie 6/10/14 Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestLinkedInEmailPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
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So sweet and delicate and loving Lorrie! 🙂 I love your Haiku poems so much! 🙂
Thank you sweetness!! I just read your post of today and I Loved Loved Loved it!!!!
Honeysuckle … I love this word, I did not know it! In french we say “chèvrefeuille” which is not as nice as in English, it means something like “coat’s leaf” (a bit stupid). Inspiring words… and beautiful haiku… I’m glad we now are “connected” Lorrie 🙂 Have a nice week, and take care 🙂
Hi Frederic (sorry I don’t know how to put the accent marks on my laptop!) Thank you so much!! Yes…honeysuckle is a great word! It is the plant in the photograph…as children (ok maybe a little now too!) we would pull the center pistol (or is it stamen?) out of the flower…this releases a sticky “honey – like” substance…just a drop…that you lick off!! It tastes sweet like honey!!! So happy we are connected also…Wonderful day!
Very pretty and I love smelling them but my body doesn’t. I sneeze, cough and eyes run so I have to keep away from them. I do enjoy them from a distance and love seeing pictures of the. Very nice picture and lovely poem sweet Lorrie. Hugs
Hi Mags…oh no….allergic to the honeysuckles! At least you aren’t allergic to mine!! Thank you so much for reading and commenting 🙂 I hope everything is super in your world ♡♡
I agree Lorrie
such a simply sweet way with words is your talent♡
Thank you Di 🙂 I believe I am blushing!!
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Oh how I like this! スイカズラの香り Suikazura no kaori
Oh…I just looked up “Suikazura no kaori”…I see we both love honeysuckles…Your haiku is beautiful. I know I still have much to learn but I am continuing to work on mine. Thank you for supporting me. Blessitude!
You did great! I love honeysuckle When I was a kid, we’d pick the flowers and pull off the tips and suck out the sweet nectar.
🙂 They are in bloom just out my front door. I may have pulled the tips and tasted the nectar a time or two (like today!!!)
Thank you so much…that means a lot to me 🙂