"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw
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Monday, September 20, 2010

Potluck Poem

Haiku for Poetry Potluck
the theme is Night , Moon and Stars

Setting moon
tree branch clock below the stars
Timeless peace

12 comments:

Carrie Burtt said...

Kathe this is a wonderful haiku...i love it...so full of peace in every way. :-)

chiccoreal said...

Dear Snappy Repartee: Full Moon too! I love this Haiku. And I'll bring the veggie casserole for the Potluck! Looks like the tree is indeed pointing to 11:30 pm. Nearing that bewitching hour of the full harvest moon! I guess we had 2 harvest moons, or this moon has another name...as the moon peacefully sets as endless and timeless peace and piece de la resistance! And as your Most Excellent Haiku - delicious!

Jingle Poetry said...

beautiful,
a breath taking image painted with a few words.
what a talent.

Jingle Poetry said...

Happy Tuesday ahead.
Cheers!

signed...bkm said...

timeless peace...wonderful...bkm

Stafford Ray said...

I suspect a clock fetish! Ha ha!

Kavita said...

oh wowww!! The words and the image perfectly complemented each other! The tree branch line was just superb!
This is a timeless "piece" :)
Thank you so much for linking this lovely haiku with poetry potluck... we are very glad to have here!

Marilyn said...

Wonderful, the words are so perfect for the photo.

Jingle said...

Thanks for the beautiful poem...

welcome back next time!
Happy Tuesday!

rudy said...

I like your interpretation of the photo - tree branch clock below the stars - very nice indeed! And 'peace' is so often what I think when I see moon like that... Thank you for this.

steviewren said...

lol! It really does look like a clock.

Jingle said...

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awards for you.
Thanks for the support.
visit some poets if you are free.
Happy Tuesday!