dusk
she counts the cars
with one headlight

—Kurvin Bhujun
        

About the author: I am a student living in Mauritius. I've begun to write haiku at the end of last year. My hobbies include reading and writing haiku, reading books and collecting aphorisms.

Responses to the haiku for 14 September 2006 by Kurvin Bhujun

  1.  
    Kala Ramesh
    2006-09-14 00:45:12
     

    Sweet!

    -kala

  2.  
    2006-09-14 10:22:27
     

    Different, and original. I do like counting stars haiku and this is very good, thank you!

  3.  
    Marylin Lytle Barr
    2006-09-14 12:43:33
     

    Dear Kurvin, Here is an aphorism for you. "A singing teakettle is not happy!" Keep writing, Marylin Barr

  4.  
    Georgia Kornbluth
    2006-09-14 13:50:09
     

    Kurvin, I read your haiku as poignant & the "she" as feeling threatened. Nice work, & yes, keep writing.

  5.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-09-14 18:36:14
     

    la rochefoucauld

    "absence extinguishes small passions and increases great ones, as the wind blows out a candle, and fans a bonfire."

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    kurvin,
    my 21st words-

    raindrops, mother earth's tears; she senses what is to be in the end

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    issa-

    "lying spread-eagle
    so cool
    so lonely"

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    geese in flight-
    season ending or
    season beginning

  6.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-10-03 18:14:57
     

    silence
    in the dark--
    yes!!! harvest moon, i see you

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