dave ...how fortunate that they got their priorities. Let's hope that South Korea isn't tooo upset! Actually today at The Trafford Centre [ christmas shopping UUUUG] I saw an old soldier in a chair with his blue beret on and all of his korean medals. Not that long ago.
This haiku is sharp in its neat recording of the present moment.And I enjoyed the unexpected poem of the previous post, so rooted in myth.Powerful line:"The younger firestick kicks his brother on the shins", it gives the poem a great natural energy that lasts until the last line."
You just have the way of saying it with the correct words.Royal Wedding.Have a Happy Thanksgiving.Katelen
GerryYes, something like that - your encounter at The Trafford Centre - really brings it home.TommasoMuch thanks for both comments. I have long been fascinated by the myths of the Aborigines. You speak of the natural energy of my line: that is exactly what the myths have for me.Poetic ArtistThanks. Hope your celebrations went well.TitusFlatterer! - but thanks anyway!
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