chinese restaurant--
somebody's fortune
swept into the dustpan

—dustin neal
        

About the author: he's a student of haiku; reading, writing, teaching and sharing haiku is a part of his daily life. he has been published in various established journals across the world and the net. dustin is also the editor of clouds peak.

contact: haikudustin at gmail dot com

 

Responses to the haiku for 1 June 2006 by dustin neal

  1.  
    Anthony Slauson
    2006-06-01 05:20:15
     

    this haiku is as close to perfect as i have seen..direct and profound, with a universal understanding..great work

    Anthony

  2.  
    Bill Kenney
    2006-06-01 07:46:09
     

    A fine ku, Dustin.

    homesick—
    ipswich clams and
    Boston cream pie

  3.  
    Kujtim
    2006-06-01 14:22:45
     

    reading haiku
    grains of rice
    chewing with my teeth...

  4.  
    Bret Wooldridge
    2006-06-05 10:45:07
     

    brilliant dustin

  5.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-06-08 19:24:45
     

    dimming of the light--
    candle flickers
    past midnight

  6.  
    myron
    2006-06-09 02:01:15
     

    dustin - i enjoy reading this haiku very much. i love the irony in it.

    goodonya,
    myron.

  7.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-06-11 19:03:18
     

    torrential rains-
    yellowing sunflowers
    brighten my night

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