yard decorations
my sister's clothes
on the scarecrow

—Cindy Tebo
        

About the author: My poetry has previously appeared in Amaze and Sol Magazine.

 

Responses to the haiku for 27 May 2004 by Cindy Tebo

  1.  
    Vasile Moldovan
    2004-05-27 01:43:28
     

    Great holliday...
    yet the same tatte- red scarecrow
    in the clean orchard

  2.  
    Mark Eugenio (PatuissetIsland at aol dot com)
    2004-05-27 02:39:04
     

    passed on--
    his image lives
    in the scarecrow

  3.  
    Ellen G. Olinger (ElinGrace at wi dot rr dot com)
    2004-05-27 05:22:50
     

    Classic clothes
    for others now--
    in the city she loved

  4.  
    john tiong chunghoo (bagiruang at yahoo dot com)
    2004-05-27 05:31:28
     

    roadwork
    an unearthed doll
    points towards sky

  5.  
    kristine metzker
    2004-05-27 10:33:49
     

    as someone with 3 sisters, this gave me a nice chuckle. thanks for sharing it.

  6.  
    Paul Amphlett (peerpoetry at msn dot com)
    2004-05-27 11:42:44
     

    Original - but static. I believe that a haiku is an experience responded to at a particular moment in time having resonances to spirituality or nature in the broadest sense.There are so many powerful haiku which express more than static pictures.

  7.  
    Norman Darlington (tinywords at eirmode dot com)
    2004-05-27 12:07:37
     

    Original. I believe that a haiku is an experience responded to at a particular moment in time having resonances to spirituality or nature in the broadest sense.

    Well done, Cindy!

  8.  
    ed markowski (1elmarko at comcast dot net)
    2004-05-27 15:43:51
     

    A well executed SENRYU.

    About 60 miles north of Detroit
    on U.S. 24,

    country abbey
    a scarecrow's shadow
    reaches the crucifix

  9.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-05-27 21:36:35
     

    i found myself chuckling ...
    however at paul and norman's responses.

    "original"

    i ponder their being of the same school.



    the rooster crows
    again and again ...
    spring day, well underway

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