Haiku – Rain (6)


Haiku – Rain (6)

The rain is constant

Grey paints the sky obscures all

Day falls back to black

© Ann Bagnall 2015 (Revised 2019)

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5 thoughts on “Haiku – Rain (6)

  1. Annie you are brilliant! Love this one especially. I log on and have have to get caught up because you post so much :), but it is worth it and I love reading your thoughts put into words and pictures. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thank you Mark – high praise indeed! I hope my new category system on the front page will help you out a bit in finding things to read at your leisure! I don’t always post this much (usually just 1 or 2 a day), but two things have happened – In tidying up the site I have gotten inspired – In teaching myself about some of the traditional forms of Japanese poetry, I have started to see poems everywhere. I am writing in bed when I wake up, on the bus, at odd times through the day. I have bought a pile of tiny notebooks and carry them everywhere. Katauta – Love (8), that you also commented on today, were words that flowed to me as I closed my eyes last night – I could not go to sleep without writing them down (in case I lost them).

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      1. Glad you are taking the time to write them done and share. You have piqued my interest in the Japanese forms and hope to look into it when I have some time.

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      2. I highly recommend it Mark – I have been writing poetry most of my life and discovering these has honestly made me look at everything differently – I see poems everywhere now and I find that the more I write the more I see the more I write!

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