Africa, canoe, fish, lagoon, livelihood, Motherhood, Nature, Poverty
Done for Carpe Diem. And also for Recuerda Mi Corazon.
a mother’s reflection
darkens the lagoon
drinking up the lagoon
Copyright © Celestine Nudanu 26/06/15 I appreciate your patience with me as I catch up on your blogs. Thanks a million! Shalom
Alok Singhal said:
Beautifully put together.
Ow, thanks, Alok. 🙂
So many stories… in these few, small words Celestine.
Yes indeed, Lea. Thanks, as always.
Nana Prah said:
Both are good. Unique.
Thank you Nana.
These are great lines. Puts me right there. Nicely penned!
Judie, thank you.
Lucid Gypsy said:
Another water theme for you!
Yes oo! 🙂
oh, I don’t want to be in THAT canoe!
Neither do I 🙂
Kimmy, thanks, as always. 🙂
Lovely haiku with the lagoon ~ two very different ones ~ both well composed ~
Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol
Many thanks, artmusedog and Carol. Hope your weekend was great.
DELL CLOVER said:
Oh my, isn’t that lovely!
Dell, many thanks.
Reblogged this on hamstarcreatives and commented:
an appreciation of HAIKU
Thank you Hamster.
Reminds me of today where I am at; farmers market, celebration along the river…
stands selling, canoe races, houseboat parade… though I’ll just view it from my room. Water precious and priceless.
I’m just a tad tourist-ed out. So I think I shall avoid the crowd. 🙂
It would be fun I’m sure. 🙂
Quite interesting, 2 really nice haiku
Thank you Gillena.
Your words paint a lovely picture.
Gemma, thank you.
Laura Hegfield said:
Beautiful flow between the two haiku.
Laura, thank you, as always. 🙂
Sharmishtha Basu said:
loved them both!
Mark M. Redfearn said:
Dark and mysterious things going on in that lagoon!
Kiru Taye said:
Poor canoe paddler! Into the drink she goes!
What an image you have drawn in the second one Celestine ! though loved them both 🙂
Kokila, thank you so much.