Oct 16, 2008

Egg plant


doko ni demo
nai ano aji wa
haha no aji

taste of mother's cooking ;
only in heart

10 comments:

Rambling Woods said...

I came from Sherry's blog and she's right..your poetry is beautiful...

Ayie said...

i love all your postings and even your other blogs! I love Japan and very eager to visit the place.

meg said...

I couldn't understand a bit from this painting but I love this. I don't know but somehow this Japanese culture and their traditions are so beautiful that I get attracted towards it every time when I see something like this. And your poetry is too good.

Kuanyin Moi said...

Oh this is one of my favorite blogs you have created--just beautiful!

Malyss said...

I'm discovering your haiku blog;It's a kind of poetry that I like very much.One of my favorite haiku writers is Kobayashi Issa (among the very few that are translated in french...);And I like the idea to mix it with painting.The result is very beautyful..

valeria said...

Nobu, I love the incredibly simple way the two eggplants were drawn: just two strokes of colour applied with just the right movement of the hand and there they are, perfect eggplants! The poetry is lovely, heart warming...

lunarossa said...

Love haiku, Nobu, and I love this painting. I would love to learn Japanese. Sooner or later....Ciao. Antonella (via Valeria's journal)

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautiful haiga, lovely blog to browse

valeria said...

Nobu...no more haigas?
I can't wait to see more...

The Things We Carried said...

Lovely!