20 October 2009

all afternoon
my raindrops
race the others

8 comments:

RBroeker said...

Sometimes I don't look through the window but see these waterpearls run against each other. Most of the time they do not finish as the drop which has started: they join each other, get bigger and faster. Your haiku opens a new view on the rain itself. And your raindrops might be those which hit you or enter your life just for the second they finish on the ground. Splash. Very nice, makes me think.

Best wishes
Ralf

John McDonald said...

another good one David

Devika said...

I have been here earlier....was not in the right frame of mind to comment, perhaps

but definitely enjoyed the poems, David,

especially this raindrops one...the stone and many other...very astute and crisp, and i like them for that :)

wishes,
devika

Devika said...

And most of all, the blog name was striking :)

devika

Dave Serjeant said...

Wow - thanks Devika for dropping by and the kind comments.

Dave Serjeant said...

Tee hee! - should have said "dripping by"

el coyote said...

I like this, an interesting juxtaposition of man and nature. Very nice and thought provoking. Thanks!, EC

Devika said...

haha! fun?? :)

wishes,
devika

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