winter night—
late in the Scrabble game
I draw the Q


5 Responses

  1. greenlightlady Says:

    This sure brings back memories. Nicely done.

    Blessings ~ Wendy ❀

    Darkness settles
    our snow covered garden sleeps
    I pull on a quilt

  2. th. vandergrau Says:

    Poignant!

  3. pjm Says:

    Thank you, Wendy, for your lovely poem –the feeling of warmth permeates it.

  4. Alan Summers Says:

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    From childhood games (well chess is for adults too) to possibly losing the moon at poker on a train:

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    childhood games–
    I match a yellow shirt
    with today

    Alan Summers
    Icebox inbox –26, Hailstone Haiku Group (Japan, August 2012)

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    copper-bottom moon
    a poker game for matches
    on the train

    Alan Summers
    haijinx volume IV, issue 1 (2011)

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    As a once club-level player at Scrabble I do have a few Q-words up my sleeve, but ouch! Sometimes the timing isn't so good.

    Wonderful haiku. I also feel there is a subtle undergrowth of extra meaning too.

    winter night—
    late in the Scrabble game
    I draw the Q

    —PJM

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