I haul up a bucket
filled with summer
Issue 13.2 | 6 September 2013
begin to end
will turn gold
Dear Ellen, what a beautiful response! Thank you so much!
Dipping the well for a bucket of fragrance
Thanks a bunch, Madhuri!
Lovely Sanjuktaa . . .
So glad you liked it, Kala! Thanks a ton!
Very dreamy & nice!
slicing into the last
Really love this one!
T.Johnson…thanks a lot!
A haiku that will cherish quench poetic thirst! Congratulation Sanjuktaa
Thank you so much for your kind words, Pravat.
Thanks a lot, Dick!
"bucket filled with summer" ! – lovely!
Thanks a lot, Anitha! Am so happy you liked!
Very evocative, late summer poem, just lovely.
Thanks a lot for stopping by and commenting, Alison!
Beautifully done, Sanjuktaa!. Indian Summer depicted nicely.
Thank you so much, Ramesh! Really happy that you liked.
Beauty of language depicting a grim reality. The well is dry and summer is hot. And the bucket . . . I find this quite startling. Congratulations.
Many thanks, Jan Dobb. Loved the way you interpreted it!
What a lovely response that is, Dawn! Thanks a bunch!
lovely verse,the reality of summer coming home !….
Arvinder, thanks so much!
Aaaaahhhhh – wonderful! :)
Thanks so much, Marion.
In the fallen bucket
a sax player on the corner
Publications credits: Azami #40 (Japan, 1997)
Thank you all for your kind words and wonderful responses!
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