by Kitty Boots
Experimenting with Haiku...thank you, Tim Young for planting the seed!
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Nice work. Love the end. *
Many thanks, Tim, Matt, Rachna and John. I appreciate the stars, and most of all your encouragement.
I've still to write the perfect haiku.
There is no perfect in anything. The real beauty is in the flaws. You do nice work, Samuel, thank you.
Anything that is perfect is only as perfect as it can be.
Sums it up, as a good haiku should.
For the true haiku ethos, reverse the first and last lines.
In the rifle's cold spotlight
run, little buck, run
Bud Light bottles glow
Think of Basho's Frog.
Thank you for the read and comment, Daniel and Michelle. Daniel, appreciate your suggestions!
***A fave for each line!
Thank you, Nonnie.
Great! Totally agree with the subject. *
Thank you, Charlotte.