Foreboding and beautiful at the same time...
Thanks Keith :-)
Loved the way you gathered at the end.
Thank You Audra :-)
wonderful images....I think we all look at our reflections and smile...but she won't be smiling for much longer.....
Thanks Joanne :-)
A reflection on thin ice certainly won't last long,will it?Thin Rind of Ice
That's the sad truth :-)
Ducks around a campfire! That must be a sight!
You bet :-)
Oh, that thin ice!
kinda scary on thin ice....sitting ducks just waiting for the crack!
I hope they are ok :-)
Nice new look for the blog.
Thanks Ajeya :-)
Hey, G.S, I do like those ducks around the campfire. If on the ice the fire will make the ice thinner.We have a saying in the U.S, "skating on thin ice," which means be careful in what you are doing. It is wrong and it could sink you. It's very similar to one called "living on the edge."..
Yes I have heard the saying, and very true indeed :-)
your haiku shadows deeper meanings . Loved it :)
Thanks Maliny :-)
oh, this was a sheer joy to read!!Beautiful lines, speck!:)
Thank You Panchali Di :-)
wonderful trio..specially that last haiku, i love the subtle sensuality there ^^
Thanks kz :-)
I noticed a beautiful change in your blog layout...loved it!!
Thank You Noopur :-)
Is someone gathering those ducks to roast them, perhaps? :)Thin Ice
That's a vital question :-)
Each of these evokes different thoughts! Scary to be seeing one's image in thin ice. Smiles!!
Thanks Mary :-)
Great take on 'thin ice' Green ... you have shared a triplet of wonderful haiku here. I like the first one.
Thank You Kristjaan :-)
The first one evokes a lot of mixed feelings in a good way
Thanks Bjorn :-)
There is so much here to think about--what great images you have conjured!
Thank You Audrey :-)
ah soft icy warmth...
Thanks so much :-)
Nice mirror image
Thanks Celestine :-)
Loved these, GS, especially the first,,,we all have to be aware of thin ice,,,,, :-)
Well said Ellecee :-)
wonderful visuals, Amrit, ducks around the campfire! great.
Thanks Meenakshi :-)
I wonder on this icy warmth. How icy and how warm?
That depends on how you perceive it :-)
Amazing lines, love the way you manged to showcase a range of emotions from joy to danger to love.
Thanks Reshma :-)