|Reviewed by Margena Holmes
|Love these, especially the last one. I can sooo picture this!|
|Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams
|Lovely Haiku Ken, I am partial to Haiku and I also have a book of Haiku published with Publish America . Keep on keepin on! Be well, Kathy|
|Reviewed by Joy Marsh
|Truly enjoyed reading your haiku. Expressive beautiful writing.|
|Reviewed by Leann Marshall
I love these, especially the first one. Beautiful pictures!
|Reviewed by Marge Fulton
|Vivid and evocative! Enticing as a thumbnail sketch. From a Haiku lover! Marge
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|Very nice!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by Rev. Dr. Deborah Simpson
|Beautiful imagery - endearing, inspirational and thought provoking!|
|Reviewed by ellen george
|Wonderful poetry - the imagery is amazing -
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|These are truly beautiful. WOnderful imagery.|
|Reviewed by Mary Coe
|Very good. Enjoyed.|
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|Hope, caressing, working all go together well and liked the 3 verses. Your imagination was working well with these. Hope to read more soon. You are rich in thoughts and can pass them on.|
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Lovely and evocative words nicely chosen.
I think there should be more of your poetry in your den. :-)
|Reviewed by Jean Pike
|Lovely poems, Ken. Short, but packed with so much meaning, so much imagery. You are a most talented poet.
|Reviewed by Shirley Harber
|I love these especially the last one. I can see and smell the scene well done!|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Your haiku do convey the images (and feelings) that you intended. Thank you for sharing them, Ken. Love and peace,
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|I, too, am captivated by haiku. It is a challenge, trying to convey an image in seventeen short syllables. But it is worth it!
Wonderfully done, Ken, and welcome to AD--you're among friends.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Suzie Palmer
These are wonderful! I especially love the last!
I've been writing haikus of late, and discovered thru a fellow denner that most of them are actually Senryu... Haiku traditionally focus on seasons, and senryu (Japanese 17 syllables also) are freer, often ironical or sartorial in nature. Even still, upon reading some old haiku books I find that haiku has extended its boundaries for centuries. Let me know what you discover if poss. Thank you so much Ken... which appropriately means knowledge!
Love & friendship Suzie :-D