dus       k
o        ne
l       eaf
dr     ifts
do       wn
the   split
oa   k tree

—dustin neal
        

dusk--one leaf drifts down the split oak tree

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 26 October 2006 by dustin neal

  1.  
    kala ramesh
    2006-10-26 02:59:44
     

    Dear Dustin,

    Brilliant!
    kala

  2.  
    Angelika Wienert
    2006-10-26 04:32:22
     

    that`s great!

  3.  
    Bill Kenney
    2006-10-26 07:04:53
     

    Dustin, I'm usually a crab when it comes to "typographical tomfoolery," but this one has won me over completely.

  4.  
    Collin Barber
    2006-10-26 08:31:57
     

    Very nice. I echo Kala brilliant!

  5.  
    Susan Constable
    2006-10-26 10:08:40
     

    A neat example of the message and the form adding meaning to each other. Well done, Dustin.

    Susan

  6.  
    Judith Ingram (super dot ingram at verizon dot net)
    2006-10-26 14:02:21
     

    Dustin . . . I'm just so jealous that I didn't think of it first! It's terrific! Judith

  7.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-10-26 17:15:15
     

    ""slith"__"ering"
    ""cro"__"ss"
    "t"__"he"
    ""gr"__"ound"
    "thr"__"ough"
    "a"__"sea"
    ""of"__"green"

    """runa"__"way"
    ""kite"__"string""

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