Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Really delightful, enjoyed that.
Obscure (to me anyway), but intriguing.
oh but that's not good at all, lead them to the water DD, only you can do it :)
Good to see you again, Nick_!__The Greek goddess Pandora, her empty jar... their failed economy; the sadness of their struggling families.
So precious water ! Here we had yesterday a good downpour. Finally!
the water spentthe wait aside the narrow path
A rain barrel comes to mind when I read this _m.Families used to depend on them in the "olden" days.They are also a good idea for conservation in the world of today~
BONJOUR Magyar !Merci de votre visite sur mon blog.Elles portent sur la têtela manne célesteElles portent dans le ventrele devenir du monde
__Hidden, held in their hands, the life of this world; I thank you Yanis, for your return and very welcome visit_! _m
days of droughtcatch the rain in a jarnights of needThat is California's dilemmaFine haiku Doug :)
__Oh LL and Daniele, Jan and Moonie... your visions are so deep! Blogoratti and Gwil too, your perceptive comments are well appreciated_! _m
the banker's coda:we own your beaches, bitchesbring us your best wine.- sorry, a bit disillusioned ... ~
Ouch...there is something utterly heart-rending about this one, Doug, perhaps because it so powerfully evokes the image of the struggles of modern life (as well as Pandora's legacy).Absolutely brilliant work!:))
That is quite surprising... I have never heard of that before reading your post!It makes me quite puzzled and angry too!
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