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Thursday, July 9, 2009

early commute
the moon racing me
over the hills

7 comments:

Beatrice V said...

Wow! I absolutely love this Reihaisha-really, really wonderful

Wandering spirit said...

Can't stop reading it...

diana l. said...

I love it!

Alan Summers said...

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Gorgeous.

Filmic too!

Another wonderful haiku!

Laure said...

fantastic!

diana l. said...

I must admit, I've never heard the word "filmic" before!

martin said...

Very nice Reihaisha...

from what I gathered, film + ic is an Americanism dated between 1925 – 1930 and cinematic’s Origin: cinema; short for CINEMATOGRAPH is mainly British from 1895–1900; < F cinématographe, equiv. to cinémat- (< Gk kīnēmat-, s. of k nēma motion) + -o- -O- + -graphe -GRAPH... Interesting, huh. I prefer the fancy "cinematic". Both are used in better circles. But I really liked Reihaisha's poem. Playful, but who won?