f/k/a . . . the archives

July 20, 2005

my long shadow

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 3:04 pm

Silent woods . . .
a growing awareness of
the need to breathe

 

 






blazing heat
     my long shadow
     useless

 










fireflyF

 

 

 

After a hard day


twilight — the roses are black

the violets are white

 


Silent woods” – The Heron’s Nest

blazing heat” – The Heron’s Nest

after a hard day” – Simply Haiku (Sept. 2003, I:3)


 







  • by dagosan                                               









open window –

summer breeze

blows right by

 

 


 

a lot less humid

choosing

the sunny side of the street

 

 

[July 20 2005]  


 


                                                                                                      potluck - the lid‘s back on      potLidN 

4 Comments

  1. dave,
    low humidity yesterday. high humidity today.
    should catch up with ya’ll tomorrow. nice
    haiku today. in retrospect, i kinda like
    the wal-mart reference in your harvest
    moon haiku. i see nothnig wron with
    references to american pop culture. after
    all, it is the swamp in which we reside.
    mama g aka ed markowski

    moonless night
    a texaco star
    lights the prairie

    Comment by ed markowski — July 20, 2005 @ 8:50 pm

  2. dave,
    low humidity yesterday. high humidity today.
    should catch up with ya’ll tomorrow. nice
    haiku today. in retrospect, i kinda like
    the wal-mart reference in your harvest
    moon haiku. i see nothnig wron with
    references to american pop culture. after
    all, it is the swamp in which we reside.
    mama g aka ed markowski

    moonless night
    a texaco star
    lights the prairie

    Comment by ed markowski — July 20, 2005 @ 8:50 pm

  3. dave,
    a revision of “moonless night.”
    ed

    moonless night
    a texaco star
    lights the prairie sky

    Comment by ed markowski — July 20, 2005 @ 9:53 pm

  4. dave,
    a revision of “moonless night.”
    ed

    moonless night
    a texaco star
    lights the prairie sky

    Comment by ed markowski — July 20, 2005 @ 9:53 pm

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Powered by WordPress