Friday, September 2, 2011

Foolishness

Foolishness is a
broken windmill demanding
that the north winds blow.


17 comments:

iblogmoore (Amanda Moore) said...

this made me smile, love short poetry that can pull off wit like this!

Ron. said...

Damned pushy windmills. Well done!

Nanka said...

LOL!! that was fun!! :))

Heaven said...

I really like your haiku gems ~

Keep it going ~

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Nicely said. Loved your Haiku.


Melanie

mjshorts said...

A great haiku.
A windmill a bit like us, asking for things we can't do anything with.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Wise words, Mama Zen!

No Windmill Here!

andy sewina said...

I like the way your mind works!!

Leo said...

Wonderfully different take to this :)

Evelyn said...

ha! interesting...

Cheryl said...

Terrific analogy.

Tara R. said...

I know a few people like that windmill.

Rek said...

This was so damn good...your verses, the ones I read are so awesome specially The Novice.

unsungpoet said...

This is good!

Fireblossom said...

I lik--

This is really gooooooooo (choke gasp)

cough cough

*writhe*

This is haiku, right?

haikulovesongs said...

an excellent example of foolishness!

{maybe between us we can convert Fireblossom to haiku. do you think we could trick her into writing one?}

TraciB said...

Terrific word picture there, Mama Zen. I can see this one being used in motivational speeches and sermons everywhere. :)