mourning
no one else
at the all-way stop


7 Responses

  1. magyar Says:

    The key is 'mourning', nicely seen Leroy; this, an echo at the crossroads.

    mourning
    even this round-a-bout
    wont return

    _m

  2. magyar Says:

    __ At least then, with no one else there, one may exhaust internal pressures without being labeled a caitiff.

  3. Jean LeBlanc Says:

    How beautiful, the "mourning," the image of compass points at the 4-way stop, the crossroads, the choices to be made, the utter aloneness of it. I also get the sense of someone wondering what purpose there is in going on. Very nice poem.

  4. marykendall Says:

    Such complexity in only nine words. Wonderful.

  5. Sabra Fenske Says:

    Who is this Gary Michael Dault and why hasn't Mrs Thumper sat him down for a chat? What kind of JG troll goes to a haiku group to be rude?

  6. d. f. tweney Says:

    I'll chat with him. This is not a workshop. Above all, we want people to be respectful and polite.

  7. Don Miller Says:

    Thanks Dylan

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