Monday, April 15, 2013

Unfortunate Meteorological Conditions

If the morning mist
had lingered a bit longer,
I would have said yes.

For Haiku Heights and Open Link Monday at Real Toads

21 comments:

Emma Major said...

towhat though?

oneofaclass said...

Mist is so fickle.

Teresa said...

I love this!

hedgewitch said...

But you mist out...

(Sorry) Some things need a little mistiness to contemplate embracing.

Kerry O'Connor said...

What a neat haiku!

Shawna said...

If only.

That mist is intoxicating and can make you say "yes" to all sorts of thing you wouldn't normally.

Nanka said...

Keeps me wondering!!

Helen said...

If you lived in San Francisco, the answer would definitely have been YES.

Reading Pleasure said...

To what? Nicely done, Mama

Susie Clevenger said...

I wonder at the question...beautiful!

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, yes, love-in-a-mist! So beautiful.
K

Buddah Moskowitz said...

You would've said Yes? I wouldn't have been so insecure ... (lovely bittersweet flavor here)

http://ihatepoetry.blogspot.com/2013/02/doubt-awakens.html

Laura said...

oh that separation... just a fine mist... things could go either way... Perfection in so few words!

Fireblossom said...

I love this. How dare you make me like a hai...hak...one of these?!?

You've definitely got your mojo back.

Margaret said...

I love to get up early when on vacation and capture the beauty unique to each spot. When I'm lucky enough to have morning mist, it really is like walking in magic...

Do you think someone hi-jacked Fireblossom's computer? ;P

Ellecee said...

I love it,,a special haiku,

W.k. kortas said...

While I am adamant in my belief that there is just too much goddamn haiku in the world, I would be possibly persuaded otherwise if there was more like this; it's tightly constructed, with tongue firmly in cheek, and evocative without a hint of clunkiness involved.

Susan said...

Clarity can be so disappointing!
(You say so much with so little. This is great!)

J Cosmo Newbery said...

That says so much with so little.
So many questions to ask.

Kim Nelson said...

oh, you seductress, you!

Other Mary said...

Awww...I love crappy weather. And this.