Poetry Unearthed Posted on 04/08/2017 by Khaya Ronkainen / 23 Comments capricious April a classical repertoire whose loveliness is hidden The Seagull Note: Poem inspired by Midweek Motif at Poets United. Share this:FacebookPinterestTwitterEmailMoreLinkedInRedditLike this:Like Loading... april poem, micropoetry, unearthed Khaya Ronkainen Khaya Ronkainen is a writer, poet and creative professional. Her blog focuses on all things poetry and creative nonfiction. View all posts by Khaya Ronkainen →
I love your haiku … but for some reason I could not click on “Like.” But it is most certainly an excellent micropoem! As always, all the best to you with blessings!
Such a crisp photo to go with the poem 🙂
April has indeed been capricious this year. Beautiful haiku!
Thank you so much, dear friend. I appreciate your encouraging feedback as always. 🙂
Regarding the “like” button not working, I’ve been working behind the scenes (moving hosts), I suspect that has to do with that. But thank you for letting me know, I’ll look into it.
Many thanks, Raili. And thank you for dropping by!
Hi Beverly! Many thanks, I’m pleased you to hear you like this piece. And yes, April has been keeping us guessing this side. We are still waiting for sweet spring days!
As always, you are most certainly welcome!
Ah! Now I can finally “Like” I am so relieved! 🙂
Much appreciated! 🙂
Capricious and stunning, our April! I can’t wait to see what else–flowers, birds, poetry, new friends–blooms our of the season. 🙂
Yes me too, I’m so looking forward to the bloom of all things beautiful. Because despite her moods, April is quite charming.?
It seems April is capricious down South as well, one day hot, the next cold. Lovely Haiku, Khaya!
Thank you dear Ally! I guess also events taking place eMzantsi now, really make for a capricious April.
yes, yes, ‘capricious’ is the right word for April, specially the way s/he behaves in our country…such an enjoyable haiku…lovely…
I’m glad you enjoyed this piece, Sumana. Thank you for reading!
You’ve eloquently captured the feeling of an April spring. Lovely!
Thank you so much, Steph!
Khaya! I used to receive your blog in my inbox…not quite sure how that stopped. Happy to be back though. This image is BEAUTIFUL!
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!!
(Sorry I haven’t written back yet! I will soon! Big Hugs)
Hi Kathy! I’ve experienced the same thing too, and I had to re-follow some of my favourite blogs. But yes, it’s good to be back, and thank you always for your support. 🙂
Many thanks, dear Stacy!
(No worries…Big Hugs)