at the river’s origin
I quench my thirst
(originally appeared in Bottle Rockets #34)
Issue 16.1 | 28 April 2016
The feeling of resting, content that you are where you began, where you belong. Loved your haiku.
Deep and many layered and I think this ku will stay with me.
As Kala says, many-layered. How many kinds of thirst does this include?
Nice one, Susan. Thanks for sharing.
__Susan, your heartful verse stimulated this, this view of Earthy cycles; I thank you Susan. _m
its water flows to the seas
__That spring, the rivers source, where life of Earth begins.
What a rich and beautiful haiku this is, Susan.
A fine ku, Susan.
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