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December 1, 2004

the trap snaps shut

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 3:40 pm

            late at night

      the cold white edges

             of the bed

 

 





         the cold night

 comes out of the stones

          all morning   

 









     in the dark

the trap snaps shut

     silent dawn


from Presents of Mind, haiku & illustrations by Jim Kacian

(Katsura/Red Moon Press, 1996).






the river mirrors

the busy bridge –

one duck races the cars

                                            [Dec. 1, 2004]

one-breath pundit




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tears for the mendicant professor

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 9:45 am

Other than pointing to my recent post on employed weblawggers who beg, I shall

offer no comment on today’s posting by the otherwise bon vivant Steve Bainbridge:


Pledge Break

 

The computer in my home office is dying a lingering death and I’m

going to have to order a replacement this week. So if you’ve been

thinking about hitting the tip jar in the left sidebar, now would be a

very opportune moment to do so. And I thank you.

laughing man small  Well, okay, maybe three questions: (1) will we at least get some special

programming, like they do during PBS pledge week? (2) what the heck will Steve do when

a good old California earthquake or forest fire strikes his home? and (3) to restore my faith in

macho neo-cons and libertarians, could someone please convince me that Prof. B is doing this

tongue-in-cheek as a caricature of the early alms-seeking denizens of weblog world?

 


 

begging actors–
even the horse’s ass
gets a blessing

 










begging at my gate
the geese lose
weight

 

Kobayashi Issa, translated by D.G.Lanoue                                                                                                               ooh

 


 

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