A drop of water on a leaf. The leaf is hydroph...

A drop of water on a leaf. The leaf is hydrophobic so the droplet forms into a spherical shape to minimize contact with the surface. The hydrophobic effect occurs when water excludes non-polar molecules. (Original title: The world in a waterdrop) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

the green of the leaves

lightly dances in the rain

hoping love’s reclaim


11 thoughts on “hoping

  1. Wow that’s gorgeous and perfect picture to go with it 😉


    • Thank you, Roxi! Can’t tale credit for the photo–whoever took it is amazing!


    • thank you, Roxi! I had written the first two lines on an envelope some time ago, and as I was finally undertaking the arduous task of attacking the stack of papers needing filing, I found it…and pondered for a while, and finished the haiku–so it was 6 months and a lifetime in the making! (smile) The photo is so very cool—but I do not know who took it–whoever did, is a fantastic photographer!


  2. Yoshiko says:

    Beautiful, Jane, and enjoyable words 🙂


  3. Doubly beautiful, Jane. 🙂


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