day 1870

May 29, 2009

day 1870
Liz replied to me:
“That email has yesterday’s –
where’s today’s haiku?”


Non-haiku, but worth your time

May 28, 2009

“Above all, let your love for one another be intense, because love covers a multitude of sins.”  1 Peter v. 8

“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”  Albert Einstein

day 1866/day 1867

May 26, 2009

day 1866


Tim stopped by today,
and we talked ’bout Twittering
and promo-methods
day 1867
Rachel, back and forth,
walked across the rain garden,
spreading all the seeds

day 1865

May 21, 2009

day 1865
he looked kinda lost,
was barefoot and shuffling down
Lincoln Avenue

day 1864

May 20, 2009

day 1864
I walked the alley,
stopped by a neighbor’s car-lot –
three retired Volvos

day 1863/day 1862/day 1861

May 19, 2009

day 1863
I held the grapefruit,
slid the knife into the skin,
saw a spray of juice

day 1862
put on my helmet,
gloves, glasses, shorts and click-shoes –
stopped by a flat tire

day 1861

I hit the chisel,
saw a crack drawn ‘cross the tank –
not the meant result

day 1860

May 15, 2009

day 1860
in the small office,
we sat, discussing our lives,
and what could happen