Sunday, September 20, 2009

photo: Martin G. Wienert, Jewish cemetery in Xanten (2009)







"Once you bring life into the world, you must protect it. We must protect it by changing the world." (Elie Wiesel)











Saturday, September 19, 2009





Some twitter-followers asked me for bee-haiku and bumblebee-haiku, unfortunately I've written only three (oh, I remember, there is another bee-haiku but it's in German only). I've informed one follower via direct message (twitter) but now other followers have asked me.


Here again my bee-haiku (the first and the second haiku were written some years ago, the last haiku is from this year, short ago on this blog):




withered lavender --
again the bee
returns

(published: WHC-German, 2005 — editor: Dietmar Tauchner and editorial staff)





blooms in winter --
the beemaster murmurs
about death

(published: Chrysanthemum, April 2007)







nearly lunchtime --
I can't stop watching
the bumblebee

(published on my blog 2009)




(author: Angelika Wienert)








Thursday, September 17, 2009

photo: Martin G. Wienert (Japanese windflower, Sept. 2009)






early autumn --
the sun does its very best
for the flower and me
(AW, 2009)







In our garden you can find Japanese windflowers -- white, pink. I see them from my kitchen window and naturally when I work in the garden where is a lot to do in the moment -- autumn is early this year.