Shiba Sonome composed the following haiku:
some blossoms there are
that nobody sees—
an oak deep in the woods
To me this works as a symbol of might that we might not observe at first. The oak to me is a mighty tree, yet it can dominate like a lion or tiger does.
veiled by grass
mighty huntress lures –
Linked to Carpe Diem
October 16, 2014
not wanting to run into her
when she is hungry
Bjorn, That’s one huge tigress! 🙂 — Susan
This is great Bjorn — you can even hear the grass hissing around her in all the alliteration, which really *works* here. Gives it an air of menace — nicely done!
I would prefer, I think, to encounter Sonome’s oak woods rather than your hungry tigress! 😉
Same Spirit as Sonome
You have proven your point. Nice work.
good one …. what a vision!
Majestic! Dangerous but I am an admirer 🙂