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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The tides rise, and fall.


hourglass
these sands of time
a beach

14 comments:

Devika said...

through the hour-glass
this wine-dark sea

i don't know, it's the instant muse....think about it i can write a three fools-cap page essay....so does your three liner, Magyar....packs it all well! :)

wishes,
devika

Lorraine said...

yes please move swiftly to the beach to summer to heat, well not too much heat, I love this Doug

joo said...

I'm with Lorraine:)

TALON said...

I like this - a whole new way to look and appreciate the inevitable passage of time. Beautiful, D.

sandy said...

I like it too, and also wish for the hourglass to speed up a bit.

Maxine Beneba Clarke said...

I can feel the clock ticking...on and on.

John McDonald said...

nice one
john

Pranavam Ravikumar a.k.a. Kochuravi said...

gooD one!

BB said...

We stand there
All of us
And pull all our pride from the sea
The Fisherman´s quest
He knows the awnser...

I´m doing well dear Poet.
Thank you for the words.
_BB

Frank... said...

Very nice haiku, Magyar...

Judie said...

When I am walking on a beach, I often think about that! Your haiku is one I will remember the next time.
Thanks for your comment on my post. Steve Martin thankfully doesn't add foul language to his routines. I wish other comics would leave that stuff out. It makes their acts boring and so routine.

Janice Thomson said...

I like the feeling of eternity this leaves me with despite our anxiousness about time.

Ashi said...

long time since I have been here, sorry Magyar, I love this one nevertheless :)

susane said...

Really nice here and it is more complete and easy research. I thank you very much for those relaxing moments.

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