brings rain we needed
the burned grass
uprooted to mud
leaves crisp red over
I need to write a Shadorma. Again, a wonderful piece with such vivid imagery. You are a very talented woman.
oh, gosh, thanks. heads up–the topic for Dverse today is fall. I think I am going to use the one I wrote the pother day, and not this one, to submit.
I did REALLY love the one you wrote the other day. I will go to the dverse page and check it out. This one is also good, though.
Thanks, Soraya–not up yet until 3… 😉
Ah… listed to you! You have informers! Haha… I don’t know whether or not to post as a Haiku or write a full piece about it. Hmmm.
Here–go read what Claudia wrote, and see her “hint” at the bottom. God, this woman rocks, btw…
Very nice, very true
Beautifully written 🙂
you really do these well
thanks–try one–but I warn you, they are addictive. No one can write just one…like potato chips!
No matter the subject, you produce something worthy.
oh my, thanks, Nelle 😉
Likewise, spinner of fiction!
If you have a way of communicating with Jeremy, the man to whom you mentioned he should post his poem in dVerse to, could you tell him to check his unmoderated posts or spam? I commented on his poem last night, and tried again this morning. It goes nowhere. I fear it is spam for him. I tried to find a working email address for him, but could not. I hate it when this happens. But since your posts are getting through, maybe you would be kind enough to let him know. Thank you.
Mary–I most certainly will!
Another fine piece.
Oh, thank you, C.
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