simpleasurexpectation


—Martin Mikelberg
        

a minimal thought in three words - it describes how simple, pleasure can be in the expectation of an event, applicable to any event in the future.

About the author: Martin Mikelberg (onewe at aeitv.net) is a retired CPA, who worked for CW Industries as their V.P. of Finance before retiring after 31 years of employment. His hobbies include music (pennywhistles and harmonica), swimming, walking, writing haiku poetry, and collecting paperweights and glass whimseys. He has just been appointed International Treasurer of Questers, a group whose interests include the preservation and restoration of historic sites as well as an antique studies. He lives in Roslyn, PA.

 

Responses to the haiku for 24 August 2006 by Martin Mikelberg

  1.  
    Bill Kenney
    2006-08-24 06:48:40
     

    Any event?

  2.  
    2006-08-24 09:36:56
     

    I really liked this!

    simpleasurexpectation

    Was the -'urex' that's hidden there, intentional too? ;-)

  3.  
    prado chekov
    2006-08-24 12:26:43
     

    crawlingtimeanxiety
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    u y withblackbirds

  4.  
    Frances Ruth Harris
    2006-08-24 12:40:03
     

    Very cool! Thank you!

  5.  
    2006-08-24 12:47:37
     

    Now *that's* minimalist. Fun.

  6.  
    Eric
    2006-08-24 19:27:27
     

    This has almost totally muddled my head, but still, kudos for publishing something so strikingly out of the ordinary.

  7.  
    Corneliu Atanasiu
    2006-08-24 21:05:09
     

    Istillagainwaitsomemoreevents.

  8.  
    fungal
    2006-08-25 05:02:16
     

    i love this. it reminds me so much of waiting to see a lover.

  9.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-08-27 20:02:00
     

    spontaneityetimely

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