hiss of leaves
washing snaps
on the line

—Terry Ingram
        

A previous version of this haiku was published in SxSE Vol 11-#1.

About the author: Retired TV Commercial director. Writing haiku since 2001.

 

Responses to the haiku for 21 April 2005 by Terry Ingram

  1.  
    Bill Kenney
    2005-04-21 06:23:06
     

    bagging the leaves
    remembering the fragrance
    of smoky autumns

  2.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2005-04-21 07:07:14
     

    drizzle
    a line of sparrows
    on the wire

  3.  
    michel williams
    2005-04-21 08:57:23
     

    still birds grace high wire
    memories fifty years past
    grandmother's clothesline

  4.  
    kate (chrismomxyz at yahoo dot com)
    2005-04-21 10:00:58
     

    rustle of weeds-
    a new generation clings
    to fresh laundry

  5.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2005-04-21 14:04:26
     

    no halloween
    burning pine-straw, bouquet --
    patricia comes to mind



    my thoughts of autumn, though it be spring, are filled with an ebbing tide; a time when fallen pine needles makes a bed for the white hair of age, the laughter of children. the gathering of pine-straw, soon to be a wisp of smoke; such heady stuff. strange this looking back, while the fragrance of honeysuckles yet fill the air ...

  6.  
    Mixx
    2005-04-22 13:25:22
     

    soft faded tee-shirt
    first warm April afternoon
    smell of turtle-wax

  7.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-03-02 16:47:02
     

    hummingbird's wings--
    even mother this wintry morning
    hums

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