i love this david- especially the 2nd one! here's mine in case you have not read~ http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/03/12/broken-home/
Some areas are so windy that the large trash containers are toppled over as well. High winds are becoming more common an occurrence than ever before.
If I had to say a favourite, it would be the first one. Humanity has forgotten so much!
I had a fantastic experience with Dolphins a few years back on the Queenscliffe to Sorrento ferry. Mum, bub and dad were swimming beside the ferry without a care in the world it was like we were being escorted, it was just magical watching them :-).
Thanks EveryoneAs the haiku is supposed to begin with what they term "the haiku moment", I would have to say the second one has it for me. It was a real intake of breath moment, seeing a beautiful image and then realising what it was. Our main hospital has a series of such micro-photographs (not necessarily breast cancer) around the walls of the waiting room. They are all of nasty things - and are gorgeous. They say that some patients are helped considerably by thinking of their ilness as something beautiful.
The third one is the most powerful, to me.
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