f/k/a . . . the archives

June 26, 2005

a sleepy sunday (feels good)

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 9:15 pm

- no news, no views today; just a haiku picnic -


 


record high—
this heat
even in my toothpaste

 

 

 

 

 






my face dripping…
the floppy-foot clown’s
plastic flower




thermometer hot


summer heat—
two squirrels
meet on a wire


 


Michael Dylan Welch  from terebess asia online





 


- how about a Sunday drive (with the a/c on)?

 

 








waiting to see
the odometer’s big change . . .
missed it!


 


 


 


Farm country back road:
just like them i lift one finger
from the steering wheel


 


 


 







twilight
the only car ahead
turns off


 

Tom Clausen  from terebess asia online

 

 

 


 





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home alone

the neighbor’s hound pup

howls and howls

 

[June 26, 2005]

potluck


Inadvertent Searchee Update: Someone queried  wife+rump> at Google,

and we came in at #6 out of 148,000 results (an odd collection, indeed).

To celebrate, we repeat the poem that triggered the result; it’s one of our

favorite senryu from one of our favorite haijin:

 




family picnic

the new wife’s rump

bigger than mine

 

                                           Roberta Beary 

                                              favorite senryu award, modern haiku 34-3

 

 

swing set Swing over to Kevin Heller’s place for Blawg Review #12.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. dave, greetings from the sixth floor of st. joes hospital in pontiac, michigan. 97 and hazy right now. two haiku from today. ed

    99 at noon
    our talkative neighbor
    waves
     

    record heat
    the ice cream man
    adds a gallon to the radiator

    Comment by ed markowski — June 27, 2005 @ 4:38 pm

  2. dave, greetings from the sixth floor of st. joes hospital in pontiac, michigan. 97 and hazy right now. two haiku from today. ed

    99 at noon
    our talkative neighbor
    waves
     

    record heat
    the ice cream man
    adds a gallon to the radiator

    Comment by ed markowski — June 27, 2005 @ 4:38 pm

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