spider
in a web
trapping stars

 

 

 

(Originally published in Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2020)

12 Responses

  1. Janet Butler Says:

    Nice. Lovely image.

  2. alosak Says:

    Thank you, Janet.

  3. Alan Summers Says:

    .
    spider
    in a web
    trapping stars

    (Originally published in Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2020)

    —AMY LOSAK

    As the Fast Show might say, "aren't spiders brilliant!"

    Thank you!

    *

    Night clouds
    a spider shows me
    the harvest moon

    Alan Summers
    ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK By David McMurray (October, 2013)

    *

    it’s a spider night
    we huddle under stars
    surveilling us

    Alan Summers
    Weird Laburnum (April 2020)
    From the haibun: "The Angels of Lost Lists Part Zero: No One Is A List"

  4. alosak Says:

    Beautiful, Alan!

  5. Alan Summers Says:

    Thanks Amy,

    A combination of relying on different spiders to protect me in Australia, and well, gotta love 'em!

    Alan

  6. Peggy Hale Bilbro Says:

    Lovely, Amy! Kudos on a well crafted poem.

  7. alosak Says:

    Thanks so much, Peggy!

  8. Alan Summers Says:

    Blimey you or the spider have terrific eyesight!!!

    Enceladus is the sixth-largest moon of Saturn!

  9. MaryJo Says:

    Beautiful haiku Amy!

  10. Alan Summers Says:

    Dear Martin,

    I'm thinking of getting Karen to create a new course called Leap of Faith, or The Long Leap, regarding haiku. There is the outer eye and the inner eye and then there is…

    長い飛躍
    nagaihiyaku

    ;-)

    May your iPad and spiders be as boundless as the moons beyond our moon!

    Alan

  11. alosak Says:

    Thanks, everyone, for your kind comments. Amy

  12. martin1223 Says:

    Apologies Amy, I enjoyed your poem very much and it did tickle me, thank you!

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