A Haiku Each Day

Sixty-two hundred and five Syllables a year.

Mishap

Odd shape in the snow
A black five-legged spider
Someone’s fallen glove.

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5 Comments»

  Rick Daddario wrote @

hahahahaha – this made me grin/smile/laugh. i like what this ku did to me a lot. it made me forget everything other than the ku of that zeroed in moment, until it exploded with meaning and clarity and the visual – all in one bang. the first line intrigued me. the second line puzzled me. that last line… i had to puzzle and figure the entire ku out all over again – then zap, oh! suddenly, wow, yes. way fun this ku.

  Rick Daddario wrote @

hahahahaha – this made me grin/smile/laugh. i like what this ku did to me a lot. it made me forget everything other than the ku of that zeroed in moment, until it exploded with meaning and clarity and the visual – all in one bang. the first line intrigued me. the second line puzzled me. that last line… i had to puzzle and figure the entire ku out all over again – then zap, oh! suddenly, wow, yes. way fun this ku.

ps.
i didnt notice the title or at least the (blog entry title) until i’d puzzled everything else out. i’m glad i didnt, because i think it would have given too much away. in fact i dont want it there at all. it becomes too much of a clue for me and effects the delight and fun of the beautiful blossom that suddenly appears when all that is really needed is the haiku itself. …this is of course just my opinion and only me.

  Rick Daddario wrote @

hahahahaha – this made me grin/smile/laugh. i like what this ku did to me a lot. it made me forget everything other than the ku of that zeroed in moment, until it exploded with meaning and clarity and the visual – all in one bang. the first line intrigued me. the second line puzzled me. that last line… i had to puzzle and figure the entire ku out all over again – then zap, oh! suddenly, wow, yes. way fun this ku.

ps.
i didnt notice the title or at least the blog entry title until i’d puzzled everything else out. i’m glad i didnt, because i think it would have given too much away. in fact i dont want it there at all. it becomes too much of a clue for me and effects the delight and fun of the beautiful blossom that suddenly appears when all that is really needed is the haiku itself. …this is of course just my opinion and only me.

  Rick Daddario wrote @

yikes! sorry for all the comments. i thought i was simply changing – adding to my original comment. i thought i’d found a way to “edit” my own comment. now i see it took each change as a separate comment entirely. that was not my intention at all. i now know not to do it this way again and i apologize for my blunder this time. sheesh.

  Chuck wrote @

In A Frozen Swamp
Vertical Ice Crystals Grow
Crunching Under Foot


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