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Thursday, June 18, 2009


standing puddles -
unkept promises
to myself

3 comments:

Beatrice V said...

I love this kind of implied ruefulness

diana l. said...

Thank you, Beatrice. (It's far more enjoyable in its poetic form than lived, however.)

Alan Summers said...

I really like this.

There's something about that first line standing puddles that made me stop and read it again. Very original.

Here's a puddle haiku of mine. ;-)

arboretum
the only puddle I see
a kid in it


HI haiku magazine, Japan (2005)