Dewdrops, Ersa’s happy tears,
Fall once more to earth.
In Greek mythology, Ersa is the Goddess of Dew.
Alaine, thank you so for the sweet comment, so lovely, u bought tears to my eyes (but then i am a softie). It is a true pleasure to come across a blog written by a person so many miles away that one has never met & to feel an afinity still, as i do indeed with you & yours. have a wonderful week. oh i nearly forgor - i love this post, an never knew before that about dewdrops, a lovely thought. x
That is simply beautiful and beautifully simple.
Love this homage to Ersa, Alaine...your words compliment the photo so beautifully. Happy week, my friend :o) ((HUGS))
Alaine - what an incredible shot. Love the tiny dew drops on the strand of spider web - looks like sparkling diamond beads.
this is very beautiful alaine - i had not heard of ersa before - i probably should have been paying more attention in school! have a lovely day - your summer's almost here!!! steven
I love what is captured in so few words..such a gift!!
Hello Ruthie in Scotland; thanks for coming over and I hope you're having a lovely day.Thankyou Susan - hugs!Tracy, have a wonderful week and hugs too!Hello Bonnie, DMJ took this the morning he took the spider web pic. It looks great blown up.Steven, to tell you the truth, I didn't know of her until I composed the Haiku but I did enjoy Greek mythology in High School, the little we touched on.Yes, our Summer's nearly here but the warnings are dire; so little water and even more dangerous than last Summer, with those dreadful bushfires. Makes me want to wish it away for the relief of Autumn!Lyn, thankyou, I do enjoy writing Haiku; it only works for me when I'm really 'taken'.
Hi Alaine,I'm glad I'm in good company because I didn't know of Ersa either. But I did check Wikipedia before I saw your first comment! Simple and beautiful, words and picture. Nothing else necessary.
Thankyou so much, Derrick.
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