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Sunday, February 28, 2010

All things reach... a terminal change.


gravity...
melting icicles drip
a river

12 comments:

Talon said...

That is so in sync with what's going on outside here today - a steady retreat of snow and ice after a major onslaught. Beautifully expressed, Magyar.

bonequinhoda bic said...

Ain´t that the truth ?!
This Haiku reminds me of the terrible things that are happening these days all over the world.
A Erthquake in Haiti
Gigantic floods in "Madeira Island" that killed a lot of my countrymen just a few days ago.
Now another ´quake in Chile.
Man, it just makes you think...
Thank you for the great awnser that you left in my blog.
I hope you are well.

Lorraine said...

You are so amazing at Haiku, Ilove this...

Frank Williams said...

Spring is on its way, Magyar - an evocative haiku...

Timoteo said...

Spring comes flooding in!

Crafty Green Poet said...

very nice image

Kelly M. said...

the thought of how all is connected -- makes one pause (even if it is ice) --

fourwindshaiga said...

Even with the snow and ice, doesn't feel like spring?
What a nice images your words make.

bonequinhoda bic said...

Hello my friend.
Just a few words. First, i would like to say that i think that it´s really impressive that you are triyng to interact with other bloggers from other countries.I do that a lot, and in fact that´s the reason why i started "bicando".
Second, Magyar in case you don´t know Google provides a really good translator.
Just type google translator and work from there.
Third, i know that it´s difficult to communicate in Latin languages.
The Portuguese language the Spanish language and the Italian are all very similar since they all derive from Latin.Still, you shouldn´t worry about it.
What matters is that we can communicate.As you can see many times my English is far from perfect, but still, we can communicate, what matters is that one tries.
Thank you for thinking out of the box my friend.You are one of a kind !

Kristin Riggs said...

Oh, gravity...now there's a topic! I love it, Doug. Wonderfully written as always. :)

Sincerely,
Kristin

RBroeker said...

This gives the whole thing a great mixture of science and mysticism Very nice.

Best wishes
Ralf

BlueJayEye said...

this is so visceral, i can hear the falling drops here...