Posted April 21, 2012 by David Collard in Uncategorized. Tagged: Haiku, Poetry. 3 Comments
a rock pool; importing and
exporting the tide.
by Julian O’Dea
Posted by katmandutu on April 21, 2012 at 12:58 am
Gee David, just love your poems, and haiku’s
.Have always loved Japanese Haiku’s and poetry. Chinese poetry too. Have a book of Japanese poetry compiled by renowned translator Kenneth Rexroth.
There is something whimsical and soothing about Japanese poetry, I find.
Reading it is like a refreshing cool breeze that gently stirs the still waters of ones soul…
It makes me smile dreamily, and always buoys my mood (Bit like sex.:) )
David have you ever thought of publishing these poems? I’d be the first to buy your book. Of course I WOULD insist on a personally autographed copy.
Posted by Svar on April 21, 2012 at 1:10 am
I like the ones about screwing.
Posted by David Collard on April 21, 2012 at 9:43 am
Thanks Kathy. I’ll read that article. This is a good place to get a random haiku:
As for publishing, well, they are here on the Internet, for free.
Svar, I wrote one for you.
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