the ebb and flow
(Originally published in Asahi Haikuist Network, 6/16/17)
Issue 17.2 | 11 October 2017
Ezra would have recognized his influence on this one! Evocative!
Thank you for the great compliment, Garry!
Tis a small world…..
the city breathing
down my neck
(The Mainichi Daily News, 26th Jan. '16)
__ One line leaves, another arrives. In those parallel lines, are opposite goals that my imagination has seen; life as it is, so nicely posed by you Marietta. _m
within these parallel lines
I miss Tokyo streets & foods :-)
Well done, Marietta
Ah, yes, Marietta. Well observed. The tube/metro/subway is a great place when you're a tourist and have time to people watch, but not so good when you're en route to work! :)
In England we now have a version of Shinkansen which I find amusing. It's a kind of full cycle.
So many faces and expressions both entering and leaving train stations, and the trains onboard and off too.
It is fascinating to see so many faces and expressions as we see a train arrive or depart!
rush hour the train station cornea by cornea
2nd Prize – The Australian Haiku Society Spring Haiga Kukai: Non Seasonal
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