The sand quarry pond – haibun

Not very far from my house there’s a lake where I like to go and forget about everything every once in a while. I simply sit on its shore, next to a willow, and let my eyes roam all over the place, and if I’m lucky I sometimes listen to a perfect white noise. The … Continue reading

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a dog is barking – on TV they talk again about refugees © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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October morning – in the naked cherry tree no more songs today © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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at the florist’s stand – the hyacinth courted by a couple of bees © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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footprints in the sand – wave by wave the ocean makes the shore new again © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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the jump of a cat – on the wooden fencing now only some feathers © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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mercury rising – the snowman turning into a faceless monster © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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footprints in the sand – wave by wave the ocean makes the shore new again © 2015 Liliana Negoi

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mistletoe-decked hearth – a widow, over again, stirring the embers   © 2014 Liliana Negoi

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swift, a butterfly – in the corner of my eye a shadow fading © 2014 Liliana Negoi

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