OctPoWriMo Day 26 – Morning Haiku and Waka – October 26, 2015

under the jujube tree
three sparrows chatter with glee
free fallen fruit

under the fall moon
a civet owl calls – who who
in the jujube tree

under this roof lives
a cat and four students
in the garden
the cat climbs the jujube tree
hunting for gormless sparrows

 © G.s.k. ‘15

Though the fruit of the jujube is often called red date, Chinese dates, Korean dates, or Indian dates, they are in fact nothing at all like a date.  They look (and taste) like tiny apples as I discovered this fall at my son’s house.  Bastet

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26 thoughts on “OctPoWriMo Day 26 – Morning Haiku and Waka – October 26, 2015

    • Hi there–regarding your request to make your last comment on my blog private…other than deleting it, I don’t know how to do that; so it’s been deleted. I hope that’s what you wanted–and I’m so sorry about….(?) Take care, J L

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    • Thanks so much Grace, it’s been a pleasure for me to discover your work too … we should have year ’round events like this one … they create a great opportunity to bounce our work off one another and see new styles.

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  1. This is an amazing poem Georgia! It really sings its own song – fashioned by your lines and words – and the sense of being there – seeing this story unfold – is so apparent to me – it leaves me dizzy and senseless – but in a wonderful way. I’ve definitely had a new adventure and experience in reading this. You totally rocked this XD

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