Thursday, 16 September 2010

sleepy bee haiku

a bee sleeps
on a sunflower -
fallen leaves

Meanwhile there's a new blog post for Organic Fortnight over on Tree Shadow Moon

And I am totally delighted by this review of my poetry chapbook Unthinkable Skies, thanks to James of Coyote Mercury.


The Weaver of Grass said...

Glad he wasn't asleep on my sunflowers, Juliet - the gale blew them down yesterday.

Hannah Stephenson said...

Congratulations on such a lovely review (very well-deserved--your words are full of space and silence and compassion).

SzélsőFa said...

your haiku captures a quiet moment of autumn well.
congrats on the nice review.

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

What a wonderful review of your book.
How might I purchase and autograhped copy of your book?
xx, shell

Titus said...

Wow to that review, Poet. James read it the same way I did, which I found interesting.

And like weaver, no flying things anywhere to be seen around these westerly parts. Wind stong.

HKatz said...

I love this; there's a strong taste of autumn in the poem, the busy insects ready for their rest.

Gabrielle Bryden said...

Congrats on the review (and your haiku is lovely too).

Con Daily said...

Wonderful! Nature at rest.
I saw one of your sleepy bees waiting for the sun on a blanket flower one cold morning this week. Thanks for reminding me!

Paul said...

What a wonderful site
I really enjoyed it

This is the first time I've visited but I have already bookmarked it for the future

Global Warming? No Way!