in a web
(Originally published in Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2020)
Issue 20.2 | 2 December 2020
Nice. Lovely image.
Thank you, Janet.
in a web
As the Fast Show might say, "aren't spiders brilliant!"
a spider shows me
the harvest moon
ASAHI HAIKUIST NETWORK By David McMurray (October, 2013)
it’s a spider night
we huddle under stars
Weird Laburnum (April 2020)
From the haibun: "The Angels of Lost Lists Part Zero: No One Is A List"
A combination of relying on different spiders to protect me in Australia, and well, gotta love 'em!
Lovely, Amy! Kudos on a well crafted poem.
Thanks so much, Peggy!
Blimey you or the spider have terrific eyesight!!!
Enceladus is the sixth-largest moon of Saturn!
Beautiful haiku Amy!
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…
May your iPad and spiders be as boundless as the moons beyond our moon!
Thanks, everyone, for your kind comments. Amy
Apologies Amy, I enjoyed your poem very much and it did tickle me, thank you!
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