Haiku 845, 846, 847

From the collection published in 2021, The Immediate and No Sooner.

Haiku 845

Think nothing of it
the skirt too tight in the waist
This cake is so good

Haiku 846

wait for what’s coming
thunder shouts at the black cows
huddled in the field

Haiku 847

I was mistaken
to my advantage perhaps
but still mistaken

3 thoughts on “Haiku 845, 846, 847

  1. I really enjoyed the cow poem because of all those ways in which we use the behaviour of cows to predict the weather. I lived among sheep farms and, I tell you, those sheep knew nothing. The first poem made me chuckle because I enjoy good food far too much to really have an aspiration to get down to my ideal weight. I would like to be less heavy, sure, but not my ideal BMI.

    • I can remember my grandmother saying when I was very young approvingly what a good appetite I had and ate anything and enjoyed it. Well, that pleasure has stayed with me all my life and glad for it! As for cows, I am interested in them, and I don’t really know why. I think I like their calmness and their utter focus on what is important to them.

  2. Enjoyed all of these! The last was a little painful to think about. I hate to be mistaken but when it is due to withheld information it happens… still not a fun state even with plausible deniability.

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