Feb 20, 2008


morning sun –
swan’s lair melts
so do my ears
rytmečio saulė –
tirpsta ausys ir guolis
gulbės naktinis




p.s. Those using MS Internet Explorer may see picture in black and white then please, click on the picture to see it in colours. I am trying to fix the problem but no luck so far. If you have suggestions you could safe my life.

15 comments:

Ink and Stone said...

Very strange that the pic shows in black and white but the link of it shows in color. Nice pic and haiku, btw!

Masago said...

Beaŭtiful!

FARfetched said...

Great pic and haiku! The blue ice is stunning.

PATRICIJA said...

wow...perfect and so beautiful...I love it :)

Borut said...

Poetic and ice-breaking!?:)

polona said...

i love the humour in this one.
and the photo is stunning

floots said...

stunning shot and wry words to go with it
thank you

Ričardas said...

Ink&Stone - thanks. it's strange indeed and that's why I use firefox instead of explorer and then all colours are in place
Masago, Farfetched, Patricia, Polona, Floots - thanks for visiting and I am glad I could give you something in return :)
Borut - you are right, sunshine is a great icebreaker and what is left to the swan is just a poetry :)

Bill said...

It works as a black and white photo, too.

John McDonald said...

great one ricardas
john

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...

This is a beauty! Just beautiful! I think I would like to be as lovely and content as that swan.

Thank you.

T

USpace said...

Very lovely image and photo too. It's in color on Firefox. Well done.

:)

Jurgita said...
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Jurgita said...

Gražu, tik galbūt 'guolis' ir 'gulbės' apkeisčiau vietomis, nes mintį pagavau tik paskaičiusi anglišką variantą. Tačiau haiku labai su polėkiu, - taip ir matau jaukų bei šviesų rytmetėlį. Linkėjimai gulbei :)

Ashi said...

Wonderful picture especially in colours - beautiful words.

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