election night smoke from an unseen cigar
Issue 10.3 | 2 November 2010
an election crowd’s heat wrinkles the night sky
nice one, Mr. Kacian
Excellent, Jim. Sad but true.
"unseen cigar" gives it so many other layers of meaning, not just sinister ones referring to the political 'greebies' behind the scene.
If connected to British politics could relate to Churchill, where there was a need for a great statesman for to unify the nation against an intimidating threat.
Great haiku. It has stayed in my mind since election day.
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