skinny dipping
the brightness
of a full moon

—Marie Summers
        

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About the author: Marie Summers, the editor of White Lotus, has been published in numerous publications such as bottle rockets, Frogpond, Haiku Harvest, Heron's Nest, Kokako, Mayfly, Modern Haiku, moonset, Paper Wasp, Presence, Simply Haiku, and the World Haiku Review, among others.

 

Responses to the haiku for 13 June 2006 by Marie Summers

  1.  
    Bill Kenney
    2006-06-13 08:24:37
     

    after our swim
    the taste of salt
    on your body

  2.  
    2006-06-13 10:09:27
     

    Ah, skinny dipping. I have one somewhere about skinnydipping at a billabong, but I can't locate it, so many thanks for yours!

  3.  
    myron lysenko (myronpoet at hotmail dot com)
    2006-06-13 17:07:41
     

    ah yes i like the juxtaposition in this one - of skinny & full. a lovely haiku. i enjoyed getting it in my Inbox this morning.

  4.  
    Judith Ingram
    2006-06-14 10:38:42
     

    Skinny-dipping
    with the stars
    pure heaven

  5.  
    Anthony Slauson
    2006-06-16 05:38:29
     

    i always thought moons looked better
    when dressed in cloud and denim
    anyhow nice haiku

  6.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-06-16 19:29:03
     

    pink moon-
    through white lace doily
    breast round yet firm

  7.  
    don miller
    2006-06-26 18:27:15
     

    Marie

    I was reminded of you wonderful poem this weekend while reading the summer issue of Ribbons (print-zine for the TSA). There was a tanka of similar topic with your haiku. However, your's is one of the best contemporary haiku I've experienced! Thanks.


    "skinny dip--
    a touch of moonlight
    all she wears,
    but moonlight
    becomes her"

    H.F. Noyes - Ribbons V2/No2, 2006

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