evening zephyr —
the earth turns over
in sleep


18 Responses

  1. marykendall Says:

    My thanks to the editors for publishing this haiku on Tinywords…my first ever here.

  2. Alan Summers Says:

    Wonderful haiku! Congratulations!

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    Sirocco winds-
    the leaves spinning out
    of butterfly dreams

    Alan Summers
    Scope vol 60 no. 4 (May 2014)

  3. marykendall Says:

    Thanks so much, Alan. I love your haiku…what a dazzling image!

  4. Alan Summers Says:

    Cheers! :-)

  5. S.M. Kozubek Says:

    With many more to follow, I'm sure. Congrats.

  6. marykendall Says:

    Thank you so much. :)

  7. Alan Summers Says:

    Wonderful!

  8. Alan Summers Says:

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    Sirocco winds-
    the leaves spinning out
    of butterfly dreams

    Alan Summers
    Scope vol 60 no. 4 (May 2014)
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  9. Antonio Gallo Says:

    Funny how Italian "scirocco" becomes in English "sirocco" in a wonderful haiku …
    Divertente come lo "scirocco" italiano diventa "sirocco" in inglese, in un bellissimo haiku. Ecco la traduzione:
    Venti di scirocco-
    le foglie fanno volare via
    i sogni delle farfalle

  10. marykendall Says:

    It's a new word for me either way, Antonio. Alan's poem is lovely, isn't it?

  11. Barbara Says:

    I love the gentleness in your words, Mary.

  12. marykendall Says:

    Thank you so much, Barbara.

  13. Jan Benson Says:

    Mary, your first time in tinywords … And using one of my favorite words; zephyr.

    Congrats to YOU.

    Jan Benson

    crescent moon and her silk blouse a zephyr swells

    Frogpond 38:2 pg 46 (2015)

  14. marykendall Says:

    Thank you so much, Jan. :) I love your haiku…how very sensual and lovely.

  15. mary Jo Balistreri Says:

    What a lovely,musical haiku. It is gentle as Barbara says.

  16. marykendall Says:

    Thank you, Mary Jo. I'm so happy it worked for you. :)

  17. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    I've just spotted this Mary – what a wonderful haiku!

    marion

  18. marykendall Says:

    Aw, thank you so much, Marion. Your words mean a lot to me. :)

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