wind-carved glaciers
swell & crest across Greenland
crash on granite blocks


—d. f. tweney
        

Written on a KLM flight from Amsterdam to San Francisco, 11/23/200.

About the author: d. f. tweney (dft at tinywords dot com) is the publisher and chief haikuvangelist of tinywords.com. A technology journalist, he has also worked as a weed whacker, pizza chef, ESL teacher, and environmental activist, and he won the Boston Poetry Slam in 1992. He is secretly Canadian.

Responses to the haiku for 19 January 2001 by d. f. tweney

  1.  
    Bill Higginson
    2003-03-04 19:49:22
     

    Dylan,
    If you like my version better, it's yours (that is, doesn't need any annotation with my name). If not, no need to show it.
    The comments, a good idea.
    Bless,
    Bill

  2.  
    Dylan Tweney (dft at tinywords dot com)
    2003-03-06 18:01:06
     

    Thanks, Bill, but I feel your version improves it so much that I owe you some kind of credit.

  3.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2003-12-20 20:50:48
     

    opaque and frozen
    added to my drink ...

    what spills on granite floor

  4.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2004-02-05 02:40:31
     

    still at its work
    the sea bringing down
    the mountain

  5.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-05-04 19:23:13
     

    wind driven clouds -
    full moon
    playing hide and seek

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