summer’s end —
the secrets we wrote
in the sand


10 Responses

  1. Alan Summers Says:

    summer’s end —
    the secrets we wrote
    in the sand

    —MARK E. BRAGER

    I'm partial to Summer haiku right now. :)

    I hope the secrets didn't last just as anything written in sand also cannot.

    warm regards,

    Alan

    p.s.

    A verse from a sequence entitled Ryōan-ji:

    

our sharp mysteries

    the percussion of sand

    over rocks

    after John Cage

    Alan Summers
    Publications credits: Presence #47 (2012)

    .

  2. Mark E. Says:

    Who can say Alan…certainly not me…

    Thanks for all your support

    Mark E.

  3. Alan Summers Says:

    Thanks Mark :-)

    It's certainly a haiku that resonates.

    warm regards,
    Alan

    My 3-line verse should have read as:

    our sharp mysteries
    the percussion of sand
    over rocks

    after John Cage

    Alan Summers
    Publications credits: Presence #47 (2012)

    .

  4. Paul Heinowski Says:

    precious moments
    gone
    with the tide

  5. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    This one makes me think of first love and how fleeting it can be – or fickle! :)

    marion

  6. Mark E. Says:

    Thank you Marion!

  7. Paresh Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous Mark…I could come back to this one again and again…

  8. Mark E. Says:

    Thank you Paresh!

  9. Mark E. Says:

    Very nice Paul…thanks for sharing

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