thin walls one step at a time
how was I
washing my hands of spring rain
Fresh from the fridge, where she hibernated for 5 months…
in the book of the dead—-
In Right Hand Pointing 95, the special, and wonderful, Haiku issue guest-edited by Eric Burke
Interesting introduction by Dale Wisely, founder and editor of RHP, who refused to include haiku in the journal for twelve whole years! Well, at long last, Dale!
Read Dale Wisely’s introduction here
even when time stands still waiting
From my walk round the cemetery in Murnau. A wonderful place, with beautiful views of the Murnauer Moor and the Alps.
Photo: sunset, Ammersee, Bavaria.
how light the weight of the skies
not alone hunting for evidence
The photo for this haiga was taken in Diessen am Ammersee, December 2014.
speed of light the liquidity of our dreams
seize the poem: ripples
Photo: From the Augsburger Christkindlesmarkt.
the mooring line
NaHaiWriMo prompt: Journey (This was my last prompt for October, for this FB Community.)