Time (haibun)

A weekend planned to rest and settle boring duties, but….she visited old treasures and then read more stories. Emmersed in thought and such pleasures, two days passed like the snap of a twig…

Time runs away
Fleeting like a butterfly
Leaves a blossom

© Tournesol’15

11 thoughts on “Time (haibun)”

  1. That was not only beautiful, but exactly what happens to me when I decide to clean out my closet; I find forgotten treasures, and then the day(s) just slip away as I remember where the lost treasure came from. Quite lovely. And I like your new page. It is beautiful just like you 🙂


    1. Thanks so much!! I decided to use the same theme as my other blog at Traces but the background here are apple blossoms from my son’s back yard…thanks again for your kind words…now closet cleaning…oh boy, I would need a whole week!! 😉


    1. Yes, but that day was well spent…I am eyeing my return to the place we raised our children…I have put up a few posts with river rapids which are all part of that long long walk Friday afternoon. Saturday I had to rest all day my body was so sore but a good sore:)


    1. So true…hope you are well. We seem to have weather colder than your autumn…something is wrong here….(sigh) had to put the heat back on the past two nights with 8C. I wonder if this is telling me our summer will be totally confused.


      1. 8C sounds about the same as here. I am on the coast so it stays around 6-8 overnight. Inland is colder. Down to 0 or so overnight. It’s very weird. It isn’t usually this cold in June. I can’t imagine what it will be like when winter really gets going. Another blogger in northern England said it is very cold and wet overthere too. What is going on?


      2. Yes. I think climate change is more apt. Something is going on, that’s for sure. I sometimes wonderif melting ice is evaporating, making morecloud and thus, more rain in some places. The tropics are getting warmer I think.

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