61st birthday– making the plum jelly a little sweeter
Issue 12.1 | 9 November 2012
I love this! Immediate delight and a chuckle. It is homey and warm. So nice! yeah…sweet!
Because I am also 61 and one doesn't often see a haiku addressing this age. . .I love this poem and will post it to FB.
Well done, Marjorie. So gently done.
in a tea room overlooking winter's lake sixty-nine tomorrow
(World Haiku Review Haiku of Merit, January 2011)
Lovely to read these wonderful comments…thanks to everyone and thanks to tinywords for posting!
Beautiful picture in 9 words! Good job.
love yr jux here marjorie & having passed that point am (now) looking forward to sweetness increasing.
Delicious image . . . so full of joy!
Delightfully tasty little haiku!
counting my age in crows; at sixty-five they slip away, the black of them near end of day
I love jam for my toast, and wish I could spread this haiku for breakfast. Enjoyed.
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