rock slide--        
a passing cloud leaves the sun 
where it was

—Mike Farley
        

About the author: I live with my wife Shirlee on a cattle ranch near the little ski town of Red Lodge, Montana, and have been loving and writing haiku for several years now. I draw my inspiration from the images of the high-plains, mountains, weather, wildlife, livestock, ranch work and outdoor recreation which surround me daily.

 

Responses to the haiku for 19 July 2006 by Mike Farley

  1.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-07-19 02:59:17
     

    from wherever
    the winds are blown--
    the puffer fish

    &

    issa's version


    "to wherever
    the wind may blow it...
    a pufferfish"

  2.  
    Bill Kenney
    2006-07-19 08:49:04
     

    night in Manhattan
    trusting the stars
    to be where they belong

  3.  
    Elena naskova
    2006-07-19 10:27:04
     

    Gives a comforting sense of stability.

  4.  
    Linda Papanicolaou
    2006-07-19 12:02:41
     

    earthquakes in the news
    the San Andreas
    dozing in the noonday sun

    not as evocative as yours, Mike, but there was a 5.2 in Northern California this morning as well as those the Indonesians have been suffering.

  5.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-07-24 18:48:40
     

    silence:
    dark clouds
    off in the distance
    heat lightning

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