Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
through the hour-glass this wine-dark seai 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
yes please move swiftly to the beach to summer to heat, well not too much heat, I love this Doug
I'm with Lorraine:)
I like this - a whole new way to look and appreciate the inevitable passage of time. Beautiful, D.
I like it too, and also wish for the hourglass to speed up a bit.
I can feel the clock ticking...on and on.
We stand thereAll of usAnd pull all our pride from the seaThe Fisherman´s questHe knows the awnser...I´m doing well dear Poet.Thank you for the words._BB
Very nice haiku, Magyar...
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.
I like the feeling of eternity this leaves me with despite our anxiousness about time.
long time since I have been here, sorry Magyar, I love this one nevertheless :)
Really nice here and it is more complete and easy research. I thank you very much for those relaxing moments.Consultation voyance gratuite
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