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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

spring moon refilling her wine from his glass

w. f. owen

10 comments:

Dalloway said...

I like this one... I think we've all done it... do you think no one is looking under a spring moon?

w. f. owen said...

Hi Dalloway,

Well, it's possible. :)
There is a sense a mystery
set up by "spring moon."

Thanks for stopping by.

bill

Frank Williams said...

Very nice...

w. f. owen said...

thanks frank.

bill

Magyar said...

Well done.

w. f. owen said...

thank you m!

bill

upinVermont (Patrick) said...

One of the haiku's most enjoyable propensities - making the ordinary seem so much more...

w. f. owen said...

thanks patrick.

bill

Anonymous said...

It has multi-readings to me:

spring moon refilling her wine from his glass

It could be read:

spring moon
refilling her wine from his glass

or

spring moon refilling
her wine from his glass

It maybe just me. :)

Lu

w. f. owen said...

hi Lu,

i wrote it so that there would be meaning
potential. some would say ambiguity. i like
poems that spawn fertile (more than one)
meanings.

thanks,
bill