a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Ki-Anne and Hay(nu)ku

 daydreams quietly 
of sawing cedar
The aroma rises
from the
Mindlovemisery's Menagerie with B&P Shadorma & Beyond challenges us with a new form of poetry writing today.  This is a hay(nu)ku with a reverse, I think. Sharing it with Open Link Night at  dVerse~Poets Pub.


Debbie said...

It's a pretty, fresh cut. I remember that aroma, though I have not experienced it in a while!!

eileeninmd said...

Ki-Anne is cute, will you be doing something special with the fresh cut cedar? HAPPY weekend to you!

Sandra said...

i bet that smells good and of course ki ann looks adorable. my grandmother had a cedar chiffonier and i loved the smell

Grace said...

I like the smell of it ~ Such an interesting short form ~ Thanks Gail ~

A Quiet Corner said...

A good smell....:)JP

Farm Girl said...

That is very nice Gail. I bet smelling that ceder is wonderful. I love the color.

Josie Two Shoes said...

Perhaps just as we sometimes envy their keen awareness, they envy us skills that they do not possess. I would love to be there when you are sawing through cedar, nothing smells better! My father used to bring us little cedar boxes when we were small, and I now have a large one that Papa Bear gave me for keeping tiny treasures.

kaykuala said...

A freshly cut tree trunk among others have that aromatic feel. Very true Gail!


brudberg said...

Wonderful smell from cedar, I hope could make it into something nice.

Kate Mia said...

Ah.. humans treasure
sight and hearing..
oh.. but other
and sense
so much..
than smelling
life as cedar
no less
more when
fuller savored..:)

Lynne said...

Awwwww the fragrance I am imagining!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Is it really that pink? Wow.

Jae Rose said...

The combination of image and word is very powerful - almost as if the dog knows that the tree will hurt when it is cut..but it needs to be done and s/he will stand there to ensure it is 'ok' - powerful and effecting poetry

Connie said...

I love the smell of wood and cedar is the best!
Connie :)

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

I love our cedar trees, which are plentiful. The smells are so aromatic.
I love dogs, too. They know the simple pleasures...and they are one.

TexWisGirl said...


Georgia Koch said...

Bravo! You've used the hay(na)ku very effectively in this lovely post ... such a pleasure to read and your photo story is grand! Thanks for linking with B&P :-) Bastet

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