(from bear creek haiku #128). . .
should you decide
to paint a memory of me
let it be the glimmer
of an evening lake
flowers woven in her hair
with the meadow grass
The sun rises in my heart, I call it love.
Every leaf of me.
one noble truth leaf after leaf after leaf
from Jo Balistreri's Tama - 'here's another!'
I'm saving every
memory - coins in a jar
that I'll never spend.
margaret l campbell anderson, south carolina
my buddy Sam, insisting
'I've another!' -
bounces off mountains
and comes to rest
in the purple apron
of wild iris petals.
steve ausherman albuquerque new mexico
Phynix, 'tho waiting for a belly rub,
fishing late the dove
the boat full in flight
of one cricket
darrell lindsey still
all the assistant editors simultaneously insist - flowers for everyone!
and, especially, treats! and a belly rub
for all hard-working assistant editors!
see you in a moment
ayaz daryl nielsen
Thelma and Callie
a late-night p l wick! with words
beyond belly rubs!
from me, as this colorado night quickly passes. . .