rock walls the river shapes no designated god


11 Responses

  1. magyar Says:

    Apt; feflections continue to reflect.

  2. magyar Says:

    "r" not -f-_! Of course, I'm the only one that makes errors. Smile_! _m

  3. vidahaiku Says:

    Beautiful haiku, Lorin!

  4. Garry Says:

    It sent me to the Ten Commandments right off the bat: “Thou shalt have no graven images before thee, etc.”
    Nature understands the divinity better than we do.

  5. Mojde Says:

    Very beautiful!

    What a universal language nature speaks in !!

  6. mary Jo Says:

    Awe. That's how it feels to read your haiku, Lorin.

  7. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Spot on, Lorin! :)

    marion

  8. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    BTW this ku would sit well with some of those in the late, great Jane Reichold's collection 'Naked Rock'

  9. janewilliams Says:

    Wonderful Lorin, a different image with each rereading, endless possibilities …

  10. Susan Constable Says:

    Love it, Lorin! I particularly like the way 'walls' and 'shapes' can be nouns or verbs. For me, that's what provides multiple readings and helps to make this monoku so effective.

    Susan

  11. Ricky Says:

    Posts like this brhgetin up my day. Thanks for taking the time.

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