Creative Writing and unfinished business…
April 17, 2014 § 8 Comments
heavy with child –
the young woman stoops
to inspect the single bluebell
I loved this, a fantastic image!
Sent from my BlackBerry smartphone from Virgin Media
Thanks, John !
Lovely haiku, Rachel!
Thanks, Ron. Your comment is much appreciated 🙂
I love how your haiku tells a story. And with the way you worded it, the mind draws a comparison between the heaviness of the pregnant woman with the heaviness of the bluebell’s flower.
So pleased it worked for you. The more I write them the harder they get!
Lovely, Rachael. Agree with the wonderful Miranda about the layering of meaning–stooping, pregnant bluebell. Thank you.
Thanks, Chloe. 🙂
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