2 thoughts on “WHY

    • Veronica, could I direct you to this discussion about a frog jumping into a pond. The usual sound we think of for a frog is croaking but famously Basho found another way to talk about sound made by frogs.

      In no way did I intend my above haiku to be pragmatic.

      Here is THE frog discussion: https://www.ahapoetry.com/AHI%20frog%20art.html

      Yes, it seems there have been (primary) colours in honey but mostly having come from dye and chemicals. If I have led to a discovering of colour possibilities in honey then that’s good. As humans think of frogs we’ll to continue to think of them thru the sound of their croaking. So too honey is mainly – well – shades of honey, light or dark.

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