west wind
the rain arrives
without you


11 Responses

  1. Myron Lysenko Says:

    Hi Melissa – Congratulations. I love the way you have created this desolate haiku.

  2. Norman Darlington Says:

    Great thought, wonderfully expressed!

  3. snowbirdpress Says:

    What a sad feeling you haiku leaves with me, Melissa. I usually associate the west wind with bringing my love home…as well as fair weather of sparkling days. I must say that it is so exquisitely done … playing upon the echo of romantic poetry… You certainly teach us all a thing or two along the way.

  4. Lynne Says:

    This is lovely, Melissa – so compact yet limitless in its capacity to make the reader reflect.

  5. angie Says:

    I agree with everyone — worlds within your words.

  6. Alan Summers Says:

    Wonderful!

    Alan

  7. Jeffrey Winke Says:

    The sweet angst of longing… nicely done, Melissa!

  8. martin1223 Says:

    Nor’easter
    the house stuck on the road

  9. bett angel-stawarz Says:

    beautiful and sad at the same time

  10. lucychili Says:

    yes i feel this one =)

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