Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Look Up

This is an unsatisfying haiku--it's a grammatical sentence, for one thing, and I've had haiku rejected by editors for such an infraction. But I was playing around with the image, and I'll consider this a first draft to return to when I have more time. Take some time to look up at the'll be amazed at how easy it is to see oneself.

Long weekend coming...If the cranberry mimosas don't slow me down, there will be haiga!


when we see the sky
we seldom recognize

1 comment:

  1. Birds fly; to their place of dream; a wish.
    __ I wonder, as I see them soar, do they fly to a place they've never been_? Seeing their travel... causes my wonder, and I see that travel here your haiga.
    __ Nifty, Jean! _m