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1 Apr 2012

Deserted



aimless fragrance wafts
blossoms sway in gentle breeze
deserted garden

©Karen


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April 2 prompt - deserted

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14 comments:

  1. I am sure garden was no more deserted because you went there.. Well written.. RS:)

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  2. in a while, it won't be deserted :-) and there was fragrance was not entirely "aimless" since such a nice haiku sprang from it.

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  3. Blossms sway....poignant.

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  4. There are few places sadder, to my way of thinking, than deserted gardens...and yet to the observant, there are still hidden charms and delicate fragrances...

    Deserted Branches

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  5. Fragrance in a deserted garden -- what an interesting juxtaposition!

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  6. lovely haiku ~ well written ~thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  7. blossoms in deserted garden is different thinking....Nice haiku :)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  8. i like the aimless fragrants, i guess that there are fragrant that have an aim (like farts -> i had to say it!!)

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  9. This gives me a sad feeling and a happy feeling. Sad because of the blossoms decomposing, but happy because of the fragrance.
    Nicely done, loved reading this one.

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  10. For some reason, the second line is my favorite. I can almost picture those beautiful blossoms saying in that deserted garden.

    Great writing as usual!

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  11. Nice capture of the deserted garden...your pen is getting sharper ~

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  12. I can almost feel that gentle breeze. Very nice haiku.

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