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Sunday, March 1, 2009

spring rain drips from the still naked tree

w. f. owen

12 comments:

Magyar said...

winter lingers... within its own existance determined.
_m

w. f. owen said...

thank you, m.

bill

Pearl said...

quick someone whip up some fig leaves. before we all die of winter's wince.

ed markowski said...

another from the
hard times series...


hard times
the easter bunny leaves
candy canes & candy corn


ed

w. f. owen said...

hi ed. very sad, but unfortunately true.
i hope we bottom out soon...

bill

w. f. owen said...

yikes Pearl! what an image!

bill

Patrick said...

Not sure why you need "still", but other than that, I like it.

w. f. owen said...

thanks patrick. you could be right
about "still."

thanks,
bill

ed markowski said...

with an eye toward spring...these poems from last may of 08...


hazy sun...
the tightrope walker's
pompadour


spring
snow

i
iron

a
wrinkle

into
a

wrinkle
free

shirt



barn swallows
the tightrope walker's
feet


ed

w. f. owen said...

hi ed. thanks! always good to
see you here.

spring WILL get here (repeat after me).

bill

Lynne Rees said...

Hello, Bill - I've just discovered your blog. Some wonderful haiku here. Thank you.

Would I be able to use this lovely one:
spring rain drips from the still naked tree

for a post on my AppleHouse Poetry blog? June is haiku month : ) and I'd like to add something about one line haiku.

w. f. owen said...

hi lynne,
sure, you may use it.
thank you for stopping by!

bill