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November 14, 2005

i.o.u. some haiku

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:04 pm

I haven’t gone this long — nearly 60 hours — without posting new

haiku since f/k/a was unveiled in May 2004.   My only excuse is

that visiting three sets of friends in a week in D.C. has broken my

rhythm and (thankfully) torn me away from my weblogging excesses.

 

After a long day driving back from my former “adopted home town,”

to my current one, and from the Potomac River back to the Mohawk,

there’s no good reason to wait any longer:

 


 


old stomping grounds

the river still follows

its path

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

his headstone
rises with the moon

above the silence

 

 

 


from Full Moon Magazine (2005) 

 

 

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heading home —  

one hawk

floats over the Beltway

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




entering New York:

another autumn hill

distracts me

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

from daylight to dark —

a full moon

out my windshield

 

 

 

 

hawk flight

 

 






gone a week —

quick peek to see

the river’s still there

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

unloading the car —

the moon

followed me home

 

 



                          [Nov. 14, 2005]

 

 

 

 


earG  I saw a few VanGogh’s at the National Art Gallery

last week.   One of his self-portraits had me humming “it’s

not easy being green” the rest of the day.  Unlike Paul

Miller, I like going off-peak, when there’s no big special

event and no long lines.

 

 

 


hands in pockets–

the wait to view

VanGogh’s sunflowers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




unpacking the map

a mountain spring

crosses the trail

 

 

 


“unpacking the map” – inding the way (Press Here, 2002)

“hands in pockets” – Frogpond XXVIII:3 (2005) 

 

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tiny check  A note to non-lawyer visitors who are curious about  Supreme

Court cases discussed in the news:  You can find useful information,

links and analysis about cases  — at the time they are accepted (or rejected)

by the Court, before and after oral argument, and when a decision is

released — at the SCOTUS Blog.  Nomination materials are also available.











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