2/18/2008

short lifespan

  
  




02 monochrome tiles



morning meditation -
the short lifespan
of snow patterns




01 Monday manhole till Nr. 09






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This morning meditation is a kind of Quigong, standing position 站椿功 , for about 10 minutes, during which time the snow was all gone.




For those who might need a more concrete imagery in the last two lines ...


snow patterns -
my cat passes
without a glance






. . . Read my Haiku Archives 2008


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4 comments:

sakuo said...

見つめたり
はかなき命
雪模様

mitumetari
hakanaki inoti
yuki moyou

sakuo translate.

sakuo.

sakuo said...

うん、悪くないね。。。
Your original is so good.
Thank you, Gabi san for sharing.

sakuo.

Anonymous said...

Hi Gabi,
this photo reminds me of pieces of ice that I've been chipping off the driveway!

morning meditation -
the short lifespan
of snow patterns

I like this...the shortness of every lifespan is surely something to meditate on!

A friend from Canada

Ella Wagemakers said...

snow patterns ...
no more time
to find my mother

Ella

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