Beautiful, Kuni-san...beautiful painting too, And this haiga -- speaks of True Buddhist value: "Like a lotus flower that grows out of the mud and blossoms above the muddy water surface, we can rise above our defilements and sufferings of life"I have this quote on my computer screen...alongside the picture of a lotus pond :)wishes, devika
Yes, I am aware of Buddhist connotation in this haiku. I feel that what haiku says is something universal. Presently though, I would like to dedicate this haiku to people in North Korea.
yes, Kuni-san - read the news a while ago -- timely dedication, wishes, devika
Yes, they seem to thrive in dark water. I suppose they will need care so they are not choked by weeds.
The haiku is dedicated to all people who suffer under any form of tyranny, like in N. Korea, and Cambodia.Hope is the most precious food that enriches our life.
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