|Reviews for 4 Lovers|
| Punslinger chapter 11 . 2/3/2011
Us Arizona folks thank you for the mention. I like the way this haiku cotrasts hands hiding (not just keeping warm) in gloves with thoughts of another clime where fingers can go naked in the open air.
| Punslinger chapter 10 . 9/17/2010
It's nice to see the haiku return to its original focus on nature. These create a lovely peaceful mood.
| Punslinger chapter 9 . 9/15/2010
"...a gust of wind stirs up old / life flashing like fish." Sharp phrases like that stir up my attention, too. Excellent imagery throughout.
| Cynthia Brent chapter 1 . 9/10/2010
Great poem! Reminds me of "Two Lovers" as sung by Mary Wells. (Written by Smokey Robinson - Bob Dylan once called him America's greatest poet.)
| wasteofdays chapter 6 . 7/17/2010
lmao this is such a free spirited poem. wish i could do that every day :)
| wasteofdays chapter 2 . 7/17/2010
i love this one! i like "snow tired." its kind of a play on words but is such a true phrase at the same time. and spring is such a beautiful season...its like the moment that the world gets to live again.
| Punslinger chapter 8 . 7/15/2010
Moist evergreens glowing at sunrise and dewdrops like frost on cobwebs-strikinly apt reminders of midwinter in midsummer. You have a rare eye for the extrordinanry in the ordinary.
| static shakedown chapter 1 . 7/10/2010
I like this one the best. Sometimes love blooms in the fall and sometimes one falls in love in Spring.
| AvidWriter-92 chapter 5 . 6/5/2010
Wow, you're so clever with these ones! :P
I loved them all. :)
Especially the line,
"like a newlywed's spat—hot
nights soon will follow."
;) Lol. :)
Loved 'em, nickyO.
| ygg chapter 1 . 5/11/2010
I liked the first chapter the most. The connection of love with seasonal changes works wonderful in it. Excellent flow too! It's always a pleasure when you can read a Haiku in one breath :-) Great work!
| Punslinger chapter 7 . 5/6/2010
I think this is a good choka. I like the way you cast the crow as an angel-not the way we usually look at that black bird. But I don't know if I could think of its harsh "Caw!" as singing.
| frugale chapter 6 . 4/24/2010
Trilingual! Me likes very much XD
I love how you sketched this simple, everyday scene! Just lovely!
| frugale chapter 5 . 4/24/2010
I love the two latter ones, and the second one is my absolute favorite. Gah I adore your humourous works!
| frugale chapter 4 . 4/24/2010
Oh this brings so many images of the familiar wilderness to my mind! What a delight! I love how you can manage to do that AND bringing up so much emotion in so few words at the same time. Love it.
| Punslinger chapter 6 . 4/14/2010
That's just the way I feel when I see carefree youngsters. If only we could be like that again. Good work.