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Nicely done, sir.You can find my haiku, etc here.http://retirementpastels.blogspot.com/Economics, politics and snark here.http://jazzbumpa.blogspot.com/Cheers!JzB
Very nice keep the two separate. I enjoyed reading you snark also.
Both nicely done, Sam. Still waters run deepest :)
Excellent message in well penned haiku ~ ^_^
Thank you - I got lost in you site for a while what a great mix!
A fish out of water won't remain too long, ahead of his time! :)A Good Fish Story
Yes a little hardon the cliche perhaps :)
Very nice haiku. Deep waters run deep. Thank you for noticing that your first link given was corrupted. I have deleted that link.
Thank you Krisjaan - I have really enjoyed my Carpe Diem journey with you as our captain. I appreciate the time you tame to give us a backstory on the prompt and encouraging me and informing me of Haiku Techniques. I am a fan sor sure :)
especially liked "fish out of water"
'ahead of their time' - don't they a a fish rots from a head?Enjoyed these, thank you for sharing :)
The fish out of water is sad theme
Thanks Bjorn, It's suposed to be a metaphor for the feelings of social unease of a Pisces that Kristjaan referred to in the introduction
These are wonderful!
Thanks for stopping for a visit. You comments are appreciated.
The Headstones – "Long Way To Neverland" set to a "silent" 1916 Western from Bernard Dukas on Vimeo.