hurricane season--
a pair of cranes
walk against the wind

—Mary Chapman
        

About the author: My name is Mary Chapman; I am married and the mother of three boys. I have always enjoyed reading poetry. My interest was sparked while in High School. We were challenged by an English teacher to write a love poem. It was not until recently that I became interested in haiku. I also write short stories and poetry. My favorite all time poet is Edgar Allen Poe.

 

Responses to the haiku for 6 July 2005 by Mary Chapman

  1.  
    kala ramesh
    2005-07-05 21:48:12
     

    great imagery.
    -kala

  2.  
    Vasile Moldovan
    2005-07-06 08:15:58
     

    A lost golden pen...
    I wrote in ink this response
    with it itself

  3.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2005-07-06 09:18:58
     

    folding cranes
    dad tells son crane fly
    only to peaceful nations

  4.  
    Mixx
    2005-07-06 14:09:02
     

    hurricane season
    my mother sells her condo
    moves back in with us

  5.  
    kate
    2005-07-07 05:50:35
     

    after the storm
    a pair of cranes
    back to work

  6.  
    2005-07-07 09:30:51
     

    thunder peal
    pink Caladiums ripple
    with the breeze

  7.  
    JJ
    2005-07-07 18:03:22
     

    a breeze
    upsets her
    hair

  8.  
    bobby michael richardson
    2005-07-07 19:57:08
     

    predawn stroll
    along the beach --
    calm before the storm

  9.  
    sylvain moret
    2005-07-08 12:11:46
     

    very well done mary.


    hurricane damage...
    buzzing on a blown down stud
    the hornet's nest

  10.  
    Mary Chapman
    2005-07-14 21:31:17
     

    Thank You all for your comments,
    Mary

  11.  
    Serena
    2005-07-26 23:02:48
     

    Wow...wow. Really amazing.

  12.  
    Judith Ingram
    2005-08-04 16:13:08
     

    This is for mixx

    I hope the winds
    will be kind enough
    to guide your mother home.

  13.  
    bobby michael richardson
    2005-11-04 20:26:57
     

    darkness abound...
    train riding the rails
    in the distance

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