I fill my pockets
—Julie Bloss Kelsey
Issue 19.2 | 7 October 2019
Very beautiful poem Julie!
I love the last line. Surprising one full of feeling. Very tenderly expressed!
Love Kath Abela
I fill my wheelbarrow
—JULIE BLOSS KELSEY
Reminds me of Ian McEwan's novella "On Chesil Beach" regret of picking pebbles along with other people over the years, and putting them back.
a periwinkle rotates
deeper into itself
3Lights Gallery – Promenade: haiku beside the seaside (2008)
Presentation Curator & Photographer LIAM WILKINSON (April – July 2008)
Poignant! Thank You.
wading towards the full moon i forget
poignant and beautifully rendered.
Very nice Julie
breathtaking pivot, Julie
Thanks, all! ❤️
Been a while since a tinywords haiku has really knocked the wind out of my sails. This one did it. Glorious!
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