Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Sensational Haiku Wednesday - Wet

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big fat round rain drops
insistently tap my head
nature’s third degree
0 - green butterfly
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0 - green butterfly Got something to say on “Nettiquette”? One more time on Thursday 13 this week. 0v22

45 comments:

  1. Wonderful haiku. Perfect imagery and perfect photo to grace it. I, too, posted trees and sky, but in a little different light.

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  2. Hmm, a bit confused about your comment section this morning.
    But the image is wonderful, so appropriate the season as are the words.;)
    Have a lovely Easter dear Vanessa,
    xo
    Zuzana

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  3. Ha! Cute haiku! Splat! I hate when I take a great big drippy droppy on the head.

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  4. Hmmm, Disqus actually remembered me this second time I was here. Not usually the case on other blogs I've encountered. Usually, it's like you've never commented on that blog before.

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  5. LOL...Natures Third Degree. Love it. Hey, where was your umbrella Mary Poppins? LOL

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  6. nice. like chinese water torture. smiles. actualy i like the rain...unless it goes on for days, but...happy wednesday.

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  7. I like the rain, too, but it has been raining since Sunday and it is cold again then Saturday it will be 80 degrees.

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  8. You nailed that! But at least it's not cold.

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  9. yes...it has been raining...a lot. Love this as always.

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  10. You do need an umbrella - no rain here today - only snow -again. Where did spring do to?

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  11. The temperature keeps changing. Heater off, heater on. It's making me nuts.

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  12. I think the rain may have finally stopped.

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  13. I was told (because I was stuck inside all day) that there were big snowflakes mixed in with the rain yesterday.

    They say summer will be here Saturday.

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  14. Nessa, I laughed out loud at this! When it rains and rains and rains it IS enough to make one confess to anything, just to get it to stop! On the other hand, it's NOT snow!

    Happy Easter!

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  15. You are right. It is not snow. Good way to find the positive in the situation.

    ;)

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  16. "nature's third degree"....I like that simile!!!


    Thanks for stopping by my Wednesday blog!!!

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  17. I thought I wouldn't be able to take much more, but it has finally stopped.

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  18. great haiku! It rained here the last three days! I took a few days off to get my flower beds and veggie pots ready for spring and it rained. sigh.

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  19. Did you switch to 3 days of reading?

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  20. I have been feeling a bit tortured. Does it show?

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  21. Beautiful pic, beautiful haiku. They match! Very Japanese, by the way!

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  22. Happy End of March, It is cool to see spring Haiku and feel refreshed.

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  23. Wonderful! And I love the photo too. I just interviewed a guy who teaching tree climbing and just finished looking at a dozen shots like this but with him in them.http://looseleafnotes.com

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  24. Thanks for letting me know that. I like to do form poetry in the traditional manner.

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  25. Yes. Spring is very refreshing. It is my favorite season.

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  26. I'll be by to see them soon. We know a few tree climbers. It's fascinating watching them scurry up the trunks.

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  27. Boy can I identify with that -- I loved this!

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  28. i like the quizzes of nature - 3rd degree of rain - of course there are limits.

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  29. Yep, you've captured the feel of incessant rain.

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  30. Everyone seems to be a little wet.

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  31. You can have too much of a good thing.

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  32. The nursery rhyme has been running around my brain.

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  33. Julia @ Easy Eco To GoWed Mar 31, 07:47:00 PM EDT

    I love your haikus! Thanks for stopping by!

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  34. No rain here! You must be in the North East?

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  35. You don't have to rub it in. Yes, the great NE.

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  36. I love this haikus - great writing :)

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  37. Beautiful image and haiku! I agree to Gigi, the shot has a sense of Japanese.

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  38. I really like that picture, so romantic.
    Love your Haiku.. playful and so cute.
    Don't hate me for saying that.
    hugs
    shakira

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  39. The beginning of the rain was fun. I'm glad we have some sun now.

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