Waiting... This is my first haiku of the new year. It is a one word photo-haiku, so there is a lot of empty space to fill in. I invite you to ponder my poem and photograph, fill in the blanks, and discover what waiting means to you...
A New Year's Blessing: Three of my haiku were published today in Failed Haiku: A Journal of English Senryu, edited by Michael Rehling.
a little night music the frogs fill the pond
parking-lot puddle the birds go all in
made in Japan
the pine tree missing...
Thank you Mike!
It is a good way to start the New Year...
I would like to wish all of you a Happy New Year filled with all good things and His Peace.
PS Time flies hold onto your hat...
Susan Beth Furst is a poet, author, painter, and photographer. She loves to write haiku and she Loves to tell people about Jesus.