beautiful as always, as expected.you always succeeded to describe the beauty of nature in you haikus :)i envy your talent :P
Thank you so much, Inspector. Nice words from you will make me want to write more and make you envy more! LOL...don't you ever take it seriously. Just kidding, anyway.I have read your Haikus. I found that you're excellent in it. So, stop envying me! Hehehe :pAnyway, thanks again for your much appreciated comments. :)
You know I have never seen snowfall. And it is like a small dream. ^_^Lovely haiku!P.S: My blog awaits something for you.
Loved both, the Haiku and the photography.:)
You did it again! Created another *beautiful* haiku with a theme of nature! Perfect image to accompany such lovely crafted lines :)Haiku is on my 'poetic menu' for 2012 ~ thanks to YOU, dear Balqis :) x0x
@Mirage - I have never seen real snow. So, in this Haiku it's a dream seeing snow on a rainy day! Thanks for your comments. :)P.S. A surprise for me? :)
@Ana - Thank you for liking it. :)
@Princesa Fiona - Thank you for your warm words. Nice to know it'll be on your poetic menu soon! Looking forward! :)
i dont take seriously Balqis but i do envy you. i try to write haiku about nature but then still in process T.Tanyway, for the time being, am concentrate on my short stories :)
this is beautiful ...
@Insp Saahab - Keep on writing. I know you'll be there.Tthe 3 lines of haiku seem easy but actually it's quite difficult to write a good one. That's how I feel. All the best for your short stories! :)
@Will - Thank you so much! :)
You always exceeded it Balqis! You have the authority to use nature as a main theme for your thought provoking haikus because you are a nature lover yourself! I guess, I have the same dream too, but it happens in two different world, here in the Philippines, it's impossible to have snow unless I will have the chance to travel in the far west... Thank you so much for sharing this :)
Thank you so much for your compliments. I have never seen real snow. So, I penned down something like a dream seeing it on a a rainy day/ Thanks, Prime. :)
Oh nice! I wonder how you do this, it's awesome.
Hi Miss Lego! Thanks a lot. I just penned dpwn what I felt. :)
Great haiku and a dream too..:) One lovely haiku for this season, "you did great"..i love it..:)Happy new year my friend...:)
Thank you so much, Ros. Happy New Year to you, too! :)
hello Balqis..you have a gift of compressing your thoughts with few words which I couldn't do ehehehe..passing by sis and Happy New Year ;)
Hello Sie! Thanks for your nice thoughts. You're an excellent writer yourself with good posts and could express well. Happy New Year! :)
Nice Haiku.....Loved it! Happy New Year!! Keep smiling and have a wonderful day! :)
hi balqis, very nice, monsoon and snow..two worlds with common ending..Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year..may all your good wishes come true..happy holidays
@Hisila - Welcome to my blog and thanks for following. Thank you for liking this Haiku. Happy New Year and all the best to you! :)
@CV - Snow is in Western countries, where as we here are now in the monsoon season. Sometimes, the rain that drizzles looks like snow flakes! Anyway, it's in my imagination. Thank you for your comments. Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy New Year! :)
Hello Balqis I am here again for a visit to a nice friend like you, I am planning to travel the blogosphere today before the end of 2011 to wish you all a prosperous new year! Wish you all the best with your family my friend :) see you a lot more this much much more exciting 2012! :)
Thanks a lot, Prime. Wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year! :)
wow.. first of all, I love the pic..I'm a tree lover, no wonder why.. :)I too would love to see some snow..
Aj, thanks for your wow. I'm a nature lover and I love seeing its beauty. One day, I'd love to see real snow, too. :)
Hello Balqis.Please forgive my lateness in visiting. I have fallen somewhat behind & am only just now on catch-up duty.I don't know too much about these poetry forms, although I come across them while reading other blogs.Your words are magical & I love the imagery. It's not snowing yet in my area, but we still have plenty of time...it will come.Lovely expressions.Thanks for sharing my friend. I always appreciate your visits & comments.Flower Of India
Hello Andy!It's nice to see you again. It's alright, Andy, you can be here at your convenience. I understand the situation we're in where work is concerned. :)Haiku is a short poem consisting of three lines with 5-7-5 syllables. I love its simplicity though it's quite difficult, sometimes, to pen down thoughts in so brief a sentence/phrase. Anyway, I like to try. Thanks a lot for your kindness. I appreciate so much your visit. :)