losing sight
of the whiffle ball

3 Responses

  1. papagreenbean Says:

    Love it! I grew up playing whiffe ball and I am still playing with friends 45 years later. This speaks to the value of free play. Whiffle ball has always been a creative collaborative game. Playing outside until it's dark brings back old wonderful memories.

  2. Sheila Sondik Says:

    A haiku with a sense memory which masterfully evokes childhood summers — my children's as well as mine.

  3. Robert Kingston Says:

    I never knew the name, whiffle ball when young, we just called them air balls. This may be a location thing. I used white and orange, both I think compliment you’re ku in their own way.

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