a wasp and I
Issue 18.2 | 8 October 2018
Well envisioned Dan; I'll add this from my imagined memory_!
__ Smiles. _m
quickly wave me away
Wonderful work, Dan! I enjoyed it very much.
Thank you, Theresa! Appreciate your comments.
Thank you, Magyar!
When I first read this, it was as a misreading, which is no bad thing. I loved that version, and I love what is presumably the correct reading of the author's intention.
I'm probably more of a fan of bees, whether Solitary Bees or Buff-Tailed Bees (they took over the Blue Titmouse bird box earlier this year).
After all we are al animals, even the insects can be lumped into that larger group, and communal eating is always sociable, isn't it?
the boy in a corn field
becomes a maze
Publication Credit: Right Hand Pointing (low sky issue ed. Eric Burke Issue 95, 2016)
dust devils: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2016, ed. Jim Kacian & the Red Moon Editorial Staff
I enjoyed the playfulness in this one.
Fourth of July
yellow jackets arrive
Thank you, Barbara! I like your ku as well.
There's always enough to share, Dan – even with a wasp! Nice one. :)
I thinks you have to add some more things of this beautiful nature.
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