Monday, July 06, 2009

photo: Martin G. Wienert, vending machine in Kyoto (2007)



I mentioned the yellow parasol before (see below). It was so hot in Kyoto in May 2007. And there were a lot of women with parasols. We went to Takashimaya (department store) and looked for things which could help us in the sun ... Now I use this parasol in the German summer ...





a memory:

Cool green tea!
When I cross the street
I will taste it

(AW, 2009)





7 comments:

Devika said...

A nice haiku...oh haibun it is...and I like it how some memories of little things are so vivid :)

wishes,
devika

RBroeker said...

Martin and you see a lot of places and events. The remarkable thing: You both make me see what my eyes and my brain don't notice. Thanks for that and the many yellow parasols and -pluies in your life.

Best wishes
Ralf

Magyar said...

_I love the meeting of cultures in this photo... and the cooling towers and yellow parasol... the continuing haiku just grand!
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John McDonald said...

good one
john

haiku-shelf said...

Thank you so much, Devika, Ralf, Magyar and John!

Best wishes,
Angelika

Fancy said...

Wonderful piece! You capture the moment with your words.

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