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I can't believe the tambo has grown so tall!!! Amazing!! It is wonderful to watch this develop.The Haikus were great.
Love the first best! Especially the last line.
Beautiful plant and haikus! ;)
The first one is my favorite, but they're both very good. What exactly is a tambo?Michelle Rafter
Thanks, Anjuli! It's fun to share it, too. :) I'll have to send you half of the four ounces I'll get. Bike Lady, Thanks! I think I might like that first one the best, too. Although, the last line of the second one is more than true. Those poor things are just crying for their bigger pot!Thanks, Kathy! It's been fun growing the rice and seeing what's going to happen. Fingers crossed it carries on through the summer months. I should probably call my blog something like The Nervous Gardener.Hi Michelle, A tambo is the Japanese word for rice field. Actually, it's ONE of the words for rice field. Mado means window, and no is an article that signifies a descriptor. So, mado no tambo means rice field in a window. (This might be more information than you wanted, but it was a great question!)
lovely Haiku, not that I was surprised. Your blog is really lovely and informative. Thanks Joan. Cheers - Dana
Thanks ever so much, Dana. Those were some words I confess I needed to hear at the moment. I'm glad you like the blog. I've been enjoying yours as well. Looking forward to reading more!
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