Arco (TN)

Arco (TN)

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Onomatopoeic Haiku - January 14, 2015

bees buzzing in spring
the daffodils preen coyly
yellow robed geisha

calling Jack Frost
on a cold autumn night
rustling leaves

roaring moped
careening down the street
at dawn

constant rumble
factory hums through the night
sound economy

© G.s.k. ‘15


  1. careening - great word. You do a double dose each time, don't you. I don't always get to the second one.

    1. If you mean on two blogs ... yes, I often do. But then I just write poems usually ... if you mean series, yes I often do. Glad you enjoyed careening ... but mopeds at dawn not so great though :-)

  2. luv the "bees buzzing.." best of the lot

    much love...

  3. I hear the rustling leaves calling Jack Frost, and love the daffodils being coy with the bees. You bring me right into the present.

  4. I love the daffodils being coy with the bees--and the rustling leaves calling Jack Frost. You channel Gaia's voice.

  5. wonderful
    nice little word play in the last one
    the first is a gem

  6. Great sounds -- but that last one -- that pun is a groaner, LOL!


harmonious words ... like crystal clear water ... pure ectasy

Thanks for your kind words. I do review all comments before posting - so if your comment disappears on you, don't fret. I will post comments as soon as I am able.

I do not post or return visits to "Anonymous Comments."