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Friday, 1 January 2010

Haiku #2

By common  consent
the earth is warming.
Why not all its people?


(for explanation, see yesterday)

23 comments:

Dianne said...

Rhythm, clarity, and newsworthy,
keep exercising, those muscles are workin' great!

I like
Hai
ku

The Weaver of Grass said...

Like your clever idea of haiky Dave - keep it up. A Happy New Year to you and your family.

Shadow said...

here's to humanity 'defrosting' a bit this new year.

Karen said...

Very, very good question! ("By common consent" - ha!)

Tabor said...

Yes, why not?

Barry said...

Oh, the collected humanity is a cold and frosty lot Dave. Well, except for those who comment on your blog. We're all warm and friendly.

Happy New Year! Here's wishing you all the best in 2010!

Ken Armstrong said...

A fire is started with one little match. I guess we tend our own and hope something catches.

Happy New Year.

Raj said...

:)
perfectly in tune. and in meaning.

steven said...

dave that's clever!!!! steven

Kass said...

Oh, I hope you keep this up.

Linda said...

Why not its people?

People continue
To move in the direction
Corporations wish.

Writing Haiku everyday?

Lovely idea,
Writing haiku everyday
Dave will master art.

Greetings?

Happy New Year, sir
Hoping two thousand and ten
Brings good health and joy.

Conda V. Douglas said...

Another good one!

JeannetteLS said...

I don't know. Wish I did. I really love what you are doing, Dave.

Helen said...

Just perfect .......

lakeviewer said...

Happy New Year, Dave.
I've just caught up with your previous posts; quite encyclopedic here. Lots to learn.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Dave - each time I leave a comment I get a message on my e mail to say that it has not been delivered, yet it is clearly seen above. Just came back to check that it was here!

Jeanne said...

Good one!

Just received my most recent issue of Writer's Digest and it talks about shadorma, which is 6 lines with the following number of syllables:
3
5
3
3
7
5

Just in case you get bored with haiku....

Harlequin said...

Dave--- I am taken by your three most recent posts.... nice unity across them and the haiku ( and its almost brother) are both delicate and deadly... nicely done.

Elisabeth said...

Why not tell its people. If only they'd listen. Wonderful words, Dave. Thanks.

Elisabeth said...

Why not tell its people. If only they'd listen. Wonderful words, Dave. Thanks.

Dave King said...

Thanks everyone. Sorry about my tardiness of response. I shall be looking towards humanity for a warm frostiness in the new year!

Ribbon said...

I like these words very much!

best wishes
Ribbon :)

Gabriela Abalo said...

Love this Haiku, so provocative and realistic.

I'm glad I found your blog, I like your haiku style.

loveNlight
Gabi