breakfast --
a slice of sunlight
on a clean plate.


—Don Acol
        

About the author: Donmar M. Acol was born in Manila, Philippines. He is now 24 years old and is working on his MFA in Creative Writing at De La Salle University. His poems have been published online and in a book, TRANSITION 20. He's the Editor-In-Chief of Communique, the corporate newsletter of Sykes-Emerson Network Power.

Contact: donmar dot acol at gmail dot com

 

Responses to the haiku for 28 June 2007 by Don Acol

  1.  
    kala ramesh
    2007-06-28 01:46:48
     

    Sunshine always peps up one's spirit!
    You've done it with your haiku!

    Good work!

    _kala

  2.  
    Gosia Zamorska
    2007-06-28 02:54:01
     

    Shiny. Tasty. A good one :)

  3.  
    Angelika Wienert
    2007-06-28 06:04:44
     

    we all need sunshine, need joy!
    a good haiku!

  4.  
    Alan Summers
    2007-06-28 06:08:27
     

    Congratulations on going onto a MFA in Creative Writing, I'm doing the U.K. equivalent this year.

    I really liked slice of sunlight

  5.  
    Bill Kenney
    2007-06-28 08:33:11
     

    Your breakfast haiku whets my appetite for more of your work.

  6.  
    Vasile Moldovan (vasilemoldovan at yahoo dot com)
    2007-06-28 09:34:38
     

    A charming haiku. It reminders of the Last Supper.However, I will venture to reply that:
    All of a sudden
    blessing the dishes
    a slice of sunlight

  7.  
    Terra Martin
    2007-06-28 10:56:46
     

    Brilliant haiku. Takes me right there. I want all my meals to have that moment. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

  8.  
    ryo (shohei_tsuta at ybb dot ne dot jp)
    2007-06-28 14:49:13
     

    your haiku reminds me of the morning
    the rising sun
    shoots my kitchen
    dish for quests

  9.  
    Felica Sah
    2007-06-28 16:55:04
     

    Absolutely wonderful :)
    I really enjoyed reading this one - I intend on reading it another 10 times before the day is over, it really brings a smile to my face. Powerful and rather amazing.

  10.  
    Don Acol
    2007-06-28 18:36:14
     

    It is a humbling experience to get comments from the more seasoned haikuists like you. Thank you for appreciating this gift of haiku.

  11.  
    babay
    2007-06-28 18:51:18
     

    my slice of sunshine is you you made me shine all the time..wonderful...

  12.  
    judith Ingram
    2007-06-29 14:22:01
     

    You brought the sunshine. Thanks.

    Judith

  13.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2007-06-29 19:20:51
     

    brighter new day--
    a distant
    thundercloud

  14.  
    laryalee
    2007-07-06 14:00:45
     

    What a great start to a day...
    I enjoyed this!

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