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Sunday 7 March 2010

Haiku #72

Venus and the moon
long time in each other's arms.
Still there. Wonder why?


Elisabeth said...

An image of love that refuses to budge despite the threat of climate change.

Thank goodness some things last, Dave, including your haiku. thanks.

Jinksy said...

Who could separate love and emotion, symbolised by these two heavenly bodies?

David Cranmer said...

Yes, what is the backstory behind those two?

Carl said...

Another heavenly haiku from Dave!


Dave King said...

They are in conjunction, have been since the middle of Feb' some time, and making an unusual and attractive
sight. - I have always thought of them both as feminine, that's all: an appropriate follow-up from International Women's day, perhaps...

The Turning Point said...

Love and emotion
Ditto feminine

The bevy of beauties in
my family loved yesterday's.
Me too


CiCi said...

I got a chuckle from your haiku today. What a nice way to look at the relationship between Venus and the moon! You are a romantic!

Kass said...

Viewing how heaven
mutates could release us from
clinging to romance.

DUTA said...

In astrology, these two planets: Moon and Venus, are said to be players in a romantic connection.
Between these two, there's an harmonious exchange of love and understanding of each other's moods and emotional responses.

Madame DeFarge said...

I have often wondered that myself. Especially when he snores.

Helen said...

Dear Dave,

Because we are still writing songs, composing poems and making believe!

Ronda Laveen said...

They look so good together.

Conda Douglas said...

Oooh, this one's romantic, Dave. I like.

JeannetteLS said...

Inexplicable, undefinable passion. They don't bother analyzing it. They just live it right there, for all of us to see.

Maybe we could learn from that? Another keeper, there, Dave. Love it.

Dave King said...

All - Second complement
Much thanks for the compliments!
And thanks, too, for your replies.
Romance and humour seem to sum it up.
What more could I ask.
I, too, thought they made a lovely couple...