rock walls the river shapes no designated god

11 Responses

  1. magyar Says:

    Apt; feflections continue to reflect.

  2. magyar Says:

    "r" not -f-_! Of course, I'm the only one that makes errors. Smile_! _m

  3. vidahaiku Says:

    Beautiful haiku, Lorin!

  4. Garry Says:

    It sent me to the Ten Commandments right off the bat: “Thou shalt have no graven images before thee, etc.”
    Nature understands the divinity better than we do.

  5. Mojde Says:

    Very beautiful!

    What a universal language nature speaks in !!

  6. mary Jo Says:

    Awe. That's how it feels to read your haiku, Lorin.

  7. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Spot on, Lorin! :)


  8. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    BTW this ku would sit well with some of those in the late, great Jane Reichold's collection 'Naked Rock'

  9. janewilliams Says:

    Wonderful Lorin, a different image with each rereading, endless possibilities …

  10. Susan Constable Says:

    Love it, Lorin! I particularly like the way 'walls' and 'shapes' can be nouns or verbs. For me, that's what provides multiple readings and helps to make this monoku so effective.


  11. Ricky Says:

    Posts like this brhgetin up my day. Thanks for taking the time.

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