25 comments on “Tales

  1. very striking haiku. I wonder what the tales entails ūüôā

  2. howanxious says:

    Comrades who share tales… ūüôā

  3. gotham girl says:

    I so love pampas grass swaying with the wind…now I will always think of your haiku. Beautiful.

  4. WabiSabi says:

    And no matter how often I hear that rustling interaction with the wind, I am still moved by the story!

  5. rebecca says:

    the repetition is comforting. you are an exquisite haiku story teller.

  6. artmusedog says:

    Ah yes can see the ‘grass in the wind’ sending messages ~ Wonderful haiku ~ carol, xo

  7. Priti Lisa says:

    Pompous pampas grass! ‚ô•

  8. Would love to listen in! I LIKE this one.

  9. 4joy says:

    I’d love to eavesdrop…

  10. Lea says:

    a story I will listen to over and over again… lovely Mark, these tall tales…

  11. Spadoman says:

    Yes, they are tales, or tails. Profound, as usual.

    Peace

  12. Panchali says:

    Absolutely amazing…!!

  13. peggygatto says:

    You got me thinking and that is good!!!
    Perfect description!!!

  14. jazzbumpa says:

    what a great word play

    Cheers!
    JzB

  15. Cathy Tenzo says:

    So that’s what all that rustling is about!

  16. gemma says:

    Like what Priti Lisa said about those pompous Pampas tales

  17. The grass has been singing to me lately but sadly, i haven’t remembered to listen for a few days….

  18. GILLENA COX says:

    the wind
    carrying questions…
    moon shapes

    much love…

  19. Wish I could hear those stories … maybe I could have used them for a new feature. Nice haiku Mark.

  20. Norma Ruttan says:

    superb, new images in my mind! I now have a more intimate link to grasses blowing in the wind!

  21. siggiofmaine says:

    Loved this one at first read.
    Peace
    Siggi

  22. Reblogged this on Tree Top Haiku and commented:
    I really like this scene from fellow haiku blogger Mark M. Redfearn.
    Let’s dream of summer breezes today, shall we?

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