won’t stop talking
—Sondra J. Byrnes
Issue 13.2 | 30 September 2013
This is a first-rate haiku, Sondra. I have experienced this while meditating and am awed by your concise way of expressing this sensation!
Wonderful haiku – nice contrast between the silence of meditation & the "noise" of our knees (and bodies and mind!) Thought you'd enjoy the overlap: I published this haiku in bottle rockets in 2012:
the master's knees crackle
Is that supposed to be "like mine"?
Thanks! I like yours, too. But, is the last line 'like mine' or 'line mie'?
"Like mine". — typo!
Great haiku. It inspired me to ponder my own knees:
I've only the one haiku with knee in it, and inspired by a Jodie Foster movie, as she fights injustice.
heavy on your knee
Publications credits: Symmetry Pebbles (2011); The Humours of Haiku (Iron Press 2012); Does Fish-God Know (YTBN Press 2012)
Ah yes, attempts at meditation can result in an over active mind, and our joints wanting to converse too.
Wonderfully enjoyable haiku.
Highly enjoyable, Sondra. :)
You seem, by all accounts, to be additionally star in the procedure you scrawl.
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