Excellent. Love writing haiku.
Most kind, Susan. Thank you. I've tried to distribute the traditional custom of ampliative induction across all 17 syllables instead of the closing 5. Given another century, I might succeed.
Ah, but occasionally they leave the staring eyed head, just to let the others know. Shame I'm no good at haiku. That's a lovely thought.
Dear Joanne, thank you. I sometimes think of those eyes as stars in another cosmos, but I like your idea too --maybe they are both!
Nice work there GeoHaiku is a joyous readThanks for the smile
My pleasure, Tom. Your kind comment shows an enjoyment of the form.
Quick. To the point. Lovely.
Thanks, Arleen. I was just thinking the same about you.
… or … "A bereft grey mouseLies bedraggled at my feetA gift of friendship." Haiku by Marshall Arisman.Wishing you a very happy summery Sunday, friend Geo. Love, cat.
Dear Cat, I love the haiku, and thoroughly agree with its message. Felines sometimes leave these treasures for us. It's not like they can send me a greeting card