Standard Posted by Brenda Davis Harsham Posted on August 6, 2014 Posted under Photography, Poetry Comments 51 Comments Scent of Morning rain in the night moist scent of lilies bathing cool summer morning Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham Note: This post is dedicated to Bastet and Blog It, two haiku friends. It was inspired by Jen at Blog It’s Ghost Writer for Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, for the scent prompt. Ways to Quickly Share this:EmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Carpe Diem Haiku KaiFlowerhaikulilymorningnaturepoemPoetryRainscentsummer Post navigation ← Fae Rose Fairy Fairy Footprints → 51 thoughts on “Scent of Morning” How perfectly beautiful! Reply Thanks, Cindy. Back in the holler with the hummingbirds? Always good to get home after a long time away. Reply What lovely emotions! Reply It was a delicious morning. :-) We’ve had a whole series of them, lately. Life is grand. :-) Reply Beautiful images! Beautiful verse! Reply Thanks! :-) Reply Nice… Lovely Haiku… Reply Thanks!! Reply These scents make sense! A Whiff of Autumn Reply As do yours! Cheers, and thanks for stopping by! Reply This is so lovely and delicate — brava! I really, really liked this — the scent of a fresh new day! And — thank you so much for the dedication too. :) All the best to you — Reply Thanks! I need to go out now and embrace a new one. I love to walk in early on Summer mornings. :-) Reply Better the scent of lilies than of a non-functioning AC unit that got zapped by a power surge or lightening! Had to have the repair guy out for a ‘fix it’ session today! Grandmothers are magic… I guess sometimes I am, now that I too and a Gran ;) Thanks for stopping by. Hope your summer is going well. Reply Your words are magic, my friend. :-) Hope the AC can be saved! Reply Replacement of unit – displacement of funds :) Reply Brenda, I love your garden, or the garden to take pictures of and from. This spring and summer you have shown some of the most beautiful pictures, and such sweet words for them Thank you, Bill Reply Thanks, Bill. I live in a pretty place, walk for miles, and I take photos from the sidewalks. :-) I am pretty lucky to be able to do all that. Hugs, Brenda Reply Just the thought of bathing a bathing lily make me shiver with delight. Reply You are a sensual creature. Poets have to be, don’t they? Reply Oh, this is wonderful!! :-) I bought you a Norwegian Fairy Tale card today that I am going to send :-) Reply Yeah! I never got that card from India. Maybe I’ll get one from Norway. Fingers crossed and thanks!! Reply And toes as well! :-) Granny always says that, that we have to cross our toes as well I mean :-) Reply What a beauty, Brenda….and I can almost feel the lovely coolness of a summer morning :) Reply This morning is another. I do love a cool morning. Reply I can imagine this now…beautifully written! Reply Thank you! It’s a lovely time of year here. So inspiring. Reply Enchanting – I can smell it! Reply No missing the lilies! :-) Reply :) Reply Fresh, like early morning! Great, Brenda, as always! Reply Thanks! Reply i love the smell of rain in the morning! Reply And a cool morning after the heat. :-) Reply Me too. Especially in the summer time. Reply Always so lovely when the needed rain falls at night and the days are blue skies of warm beauty. Life feels so well organized. :-) Reply Yes! Reply What a beautiful imagery you painted, Barbara. :-) Reply Thanks. :-D Reply Love the image and the fact that it rained in the night….all I need now is a tin roof:) Reply Oh yes, rain on a tin rook is lovely. And in an enclosed porch. So magical. Reply Beautiful captures with your perfect haiku :) Reply Thanks!! Reply :) Reply I love the cool summer morning Reply Me, too. It’s my favorite time of day. :-) Reply Indeed :) Reply Love the photos and the haiku is delicious … thanks so much for the dedication! Reply Thanks for your lovely words, and my pleasure on the dedication. I love your poetry, the whimsy and the wise. :-) Reply Wow … that’s really very kind of you … thanks :-) Reply Love it! Your pictures are always gorgeous. :) Reply Thanks!! Reply Comments welcome! Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.