ONE VOICE On December 4, 2011March 18, 2016 By Baydreamer - Lauren ScottIn Haiku Standing together Grove of connectivity Harmonizing souls A Haiku by LScott Copyright 2011 Photo credit to my son~ Rate this:Thank you for sharing. 💗EmailTweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading...
32 thoughts on “ONE VOICE”
Thank you, Russell! 🙂
A lovely haiku
A treasure to read
Well done 🙂
Thank you, VW! 🙂
I love this very beautiful Haiku – nice metaphor!!
Thanks so much, Betty! 🙂
Now I know what a lake or pond would look like just beyond the trees in my yard….Such a beautiful photo!…Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for visiting, Debbie! My son does most of the photography and my daughter helps me with editing! 🙂
a natural – such depth – i feel the energy
Thank you so much! I appreciate your very kind words and I’m glad you could “feel” it! Thanks for visiting!
Thank you so much! I appreciate your kind words! 🙂
Beautifully put! Love the picture too.
Thanks so much, David!
Thank you very much! 🙂
Beautiful Haiku Lauren!
You have achieved all the goals of a successful haiku here, Lauren! It lilts, it encapsulates an eternal truth, it rejoices the heart of the reader, it informs the mind of the contemplative, it achieves the challenge of the title: we are one voice in our souls as we realize how we are a “grove”. May we harmonize like the night peepers at this pond!
Such a beautiful comment, Rose…thank you so much! I’m always humbled by your poetic replies~
I could envision several scenarios reading it. Good haiku!
It is versatile in how it can be perceived…thanks so much, Scott!
We all need a little harmonizing sometimes in life… Sweet.
I liked this Lauren. x
That is the truth, Holly! Thanks so much; I’m glad you like this!
beautiful, simple and deep!
Thanks so much, Nita! 🙂
Okay, you got me! I love this one even more than I did the Autumn!! 🙂 XXX
Thanks so much for your kind words, Terri! I love the meaning of this one, too! 🙂
An interesting take on trees, I have never thought of trees in a grove as a family or something similar but now I see.
Thank you; it was a nice metaphor and all photo credit goes to my son, who is 16.
Beautiful! “Grove of connectivity” is fabulous!
Thanks so much! I appreciate your kind words! 🙂