Reflection of my thoughts and imagination
Wow!...I love that Champa tree!...It looks so beautiful even though it is deserted...I love the fragrance of those flowers...Lovely Haiku Tarang!
Thank you so much! Glad you liked it:)
This is so beautifully done..deserted trees turn into happy abodes.. lessons hidden in there.. thanks Tarang...
How strange we humans are! We turn out backs on things (trees, in this instance) that seem dead and barren, only to find that they are springing to life again. Will we never learn?Deserted Branches
beautifully expressed haiku ~thanks, namaste, ^_^
@ Rameshji: Thank you!:)@ Magical Mystical Teacher: Well said! Thanks:)@ Carol: Thank you very much!Namaste:)@ blackandwhiteheart: Thank you!:)
Fragrant blooms return. Lovely haiku!
Lovely picture...with the blooms, it won't be deserted anymore ~
Awesome set of haiku. Thank you for sharing. I don't know the Champa tree, but if the picture shows that Champa tree, than I love seeing it.
@ Karen: Thank you!:)@ Grace: Thanks!:)@ Kristjaan Panneman: It's a beautiful flower with really sweet fragrance. I'm glad you liked the haiku. Thanks!:)
i wish i could smell those!!opportunity on mars
Thanks for brightening my day.
Colorful, with a pleasant aroma. You go, I wish i could do a haiku.http://leah-jamielynn.typepad.com/for my poetry.
Exquisite flower ... enchanting, indeed!!From Poet's Rally -- My entry "Lost - Can you see me?"
@ Zongrik: :) It really smells sweet!@ Booguloo: I'm glad you liked it so much! Thank you:)@ Quotes, Photos...: Of course you can write a haiku. Just try it. Thank you!:)@ Beccagivens: Thank you!:)
Beautiful words...exquisite picture. Leaves me speechless! Cathy
Love the photo and the haiku. The word gentle came to mind as I read them. Those blossoms are beautiful. I learned something from the link you shared, Thanks for that.Peace
@ Cathy: Thank you so much!:)@ Spadoman: Thank you very much!:)
one of my favorite fragrances from this beautiful profusion of flowers.thank you for the unfurling sweetness of your haiku!
i can smell this sweetness.
The haiku really harmonize with the photo :) I enjoyed it very much!
Awesome photo and lovely haiku ~ very magical ~thanks, namaste, ^_^
Champa tree. Haven't heard that term. Those flowers look like the lovely plumeria I love so much in Hawaii--a favorite fragrance. Are they the same?
@ Rebecca: Thanks a lot! Glad you liked it:)@ Lenora: :)@ Laura: Thank you!:)@ Libby: Thank you very much!:)@ Carol: Thank you! Namaste:)@ Fran: Yes, they're the same. In India we call it Champa. Thanks for visiting:)
Such a special photo and haiku!
Thank you Marit!:)
Oh this lushous fragrance of your photo and words are taking me to many places where I breathed deeply of such beauty... Trees do really know how to adorn themselves...
Thank you so much Lea!:)