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Now I am imagining a child eating the berriesdirectly from the bush, getting all smeared and smiling a partially toothless impish smile.
I dont know how to do that link thing either, never works for me!I like yours, reminds me of childhood days picking blackberries in the woods.
It's the best way to eat them, nicely done! (BTW if you email me at email@example.com, I will send you the foolproof link stuff (you just need to copy and paste different text in each week). Between Roswila and Tumblewords, I eventually figured it out.)
spacedlaw - :)!krissie - thanks!jo - thanks - I may email you, though i know I have the foolproof code somewhere on my computer at home. I'm at work just now and don't have it here. (What? haiku at work??!!)
It's early for lunch. Alas, must work as well.
Nice! Thank you!
A lovely, vivid and tasty image.
yum, delightful :)
Wonderful image! Brings back memories...
Berries and juicy chins; our common human heritage, great.If I understood the instruction correctly we could simply type the whole haiku in the comments with or without a permalink. No?
brian, liza, tumblewords, polona, roswila - thanksron - yes indeed, but by adding a permalink you encourage people to visit your blog!
I enjoyed one juicy, perfectly formed blackberry this summer. Thinking about it makes my mouth water. Hope the bush produces many more next year.
mmmm, this made me hungry. Great 'ku. Blackberries - my favorite.
I get mine from Tesco orSainsburys or Waitrose, butthey were fresh from thebush at some point... passthe cream ;>)
ice cream parlorthe kid witha pistachio chin
Are they just now coming in there? Our blackberry harvest is at the beginning of July here on Planet Georgia. I got about a gallon & a half from the various stands on the grounds, and we have plenty of jelly & jam for the winter...
Mmmm. Sun-warmed berries right off the bush. Lovely image.
Farfetched - no this one isn't as seasonal as I usually try to make them. But it was what came to mind!Bill - nice ku thanks!Sandy, quietpaths, ann, rae - thanks!
i remember 'hunting' for fresh berries when i was a kid. thanks for bringing back a sweet memory!
Hi Crafty! Really nice haiku. I love the image of picking and eating juicy blackberries, with the juice dripping. That is such a wonderful summer memory!:)
oh I love this and I love blackberries...there's a patch right out my back door that supplies us with lots and this year they are plump and ever so juicy.
I love the blackberries and the thought of them just dribbling down the chins. Nice!
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