tiny words
on my monitor
a white moth


—Josh Wikoff
        

About the author: Josh lives with his wife and daughters in Northern California. Some of his poems have sllipped past the editors of Acorn, Asahi Haikuist Network, Chrysanthemum, The Heron's Nest, Lynx, Mariposa, Roadrunner, Shamrock Haiku Journal, and Tinywords.

 

Responses to the haiku for 19 March 2008 by Josh Wikoff

  1.  
    John Stone
    2008-03-19 16:25:42
     

    Josh, I loved it!

  2.  
    Bill Kenney
    2008-03-19 17:18:04
     

    Vivid and imaginative.

  3.  
    Melissa Spurr
    2008-03-19 17:23:15
     

    Wow, Josh! I love it, too! Very creative, a meta-moment. If tinywords ever publishes an anthology, this one should grace the cover.

  4.  
    Susan Constable
    2008-03-19 20:33:25
     

    Another beauty, Josh . . . and the perfect home for it. ;-) Simplicity itself and 'just your style'.

  5.  
    kala ramesh
    2008-03-20 01:08:42
     

    Hi Josh,

    Simplicity at its best!
    I love the play of 't' and 'm' here!

    _kala

  6.  
    Penelope
    2008-03-20 04:23:33
     

    one moment
    without words
    wonderment



    Kudos, josh!

  7.  
    laryalee
    2008-03-20 19:23:27
     

    Aw, this is special, Josh...
    I can just imagine Dylan's smile!
    And I'm smiling too...
    ;)
    Lary

  8.  
    Angelika Wienert
    2008-03-21 12:02:24
     

    well done!

  9.  
    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2008-03-21 17:49:10
     

    tiny dancers
    ~TREETOP BALLROOM~
    orange butterflies pirouetting

    -

    sunny morning, and there they were, these two orange butterflies, twirling and ascending higher and higher, pass spring treetops. i was sorry i couldn't wait for their dance and the music to end; yet, they brighten an already illustrious day...

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