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__I see with young eyes, an old mirror. Here, I hope to offer... as I see.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

__Coastal brooks are controlled by the tides. High tide slows the brook's flow, but in the tides ebb a brook pool can lower by several inches.
 __ Envision a cold winter day, that thin formed ice around the brook pool's stone, and that ice clinging to the stone as it looses support from brook pool's water.


ice halos
encircle this brook pool's stones
low tide

11 comments:

John McDonald said...
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Iris said...

Hi Magyar
I like the sound and the motion in your haiku.
Have a good week-end.
Best regards
Iris

Lorraine said...

Stunning oh my this is outstanding

Frank... said...

Great first line line Magyar. A very immediate haiku...

Magyar said...

Iris,
__So good to see you again, I
truely thank you!

LL,
__From one of my 'scribble books,'
there seems to be a lot of brook thoughts of late.
__Stunning? Oh my! Thanks LL!

Frank,
__You know of what I speak, those 'of a moment' views >cannot be assesed to their proper value<
__My thanks to you!

_m

Tikkis said...

nice picture! reminds me our local elections today!

an old councilor
running scares
to loose his support

Juhani Tikkanen said...

ps.



http://juhanitikkanen.blogspot.com/2012/10/kuntavaalit-pari-kolmirivia.html

Magyar said...

I'm honored, Juhani! Thank you! _m

Bill said...

I like "ice halos."

Magyar said...

Bill,
__The past days have been difficult in your city, and I've been concerned. I hope all is well with you.
__Thanks for your kind comment... those icy rings. _m

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