8/17/11




north winds
tease the edge of summer --
women lug bags of yarn

9 comments:

  1. "tease the edge of summer" Great thought Kelly; it brought the rare -echo- thoughts! _m

    There:

    low bush
    blueberrys raked
    the pickers

    Here:

    cranberrys
    as bogs turn red
    soon the mums

    I had to add, the first word verification was, URECHOES! ;)

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  2. Thanks, Magyar! yes, when I was on the cape in june, the bogs were "quiet" -- would love to see them in full bloom someday! URECHOES!!! wow, that's spooky, uh? ;)

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  3. penelope waiting for odysseus

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  4. prairie dog -- cool!

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  5. the edge of autumn
    wooly socks cradle each foot
    propped up to watch


    verification word: sumphona

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  6. Kelly, these haikus are beautiful; are they all written by yourself? Lovely metaphores and comparisons, and the pictures and colours you're using add to the meditating effect. Love it!

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  7. Sue -- Ahhh, I blush! Thanks so much for your kind words and for visiting, too!

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  9. LOVE haiku and especially LOVE this piece. Will follow. Glad I found you!

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