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Wednesday, July 28, 2010



Thinking -
the oldest trees refuse
to cross the river

Jane Reichhold
http://www.ahapoetry.com/aadoh/adofinde.htm  

6 comments:

Jacob said...

That's because their roots are so deep and one never knows what is to be found across the river. Lovely photo, Joo!

crocrodyl said...

Wygląda jak dziki zakątek świata nie tknięty stopą ludzką:) Wspaniałe zdjęcie!

Joan Elizabeth said...

What a funny haiku and great image to match.

M.Kate said...

How do you do it Joo, matching all those wonderful words with beautiful pictures? Have a great day :)

JM said...

I can almost hear the creek. Awesome spot, I love the tree on the right.

Little Seed said...

Lovely 'ku and imagery. I am there, within your "haiku moment." Those old trees have wise souls. Love Jacob's comment.

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