what is and isn’t
Beautifully turned. That’s a great second line.
An old one:
an apple rests
where it fell
Thanks, Bill. Yours is lovely too — it has that quality the best haiku have of being utterly simply and obvious and transparent and yet full of layers of meaning.
Generally, I do not gravitate toward short forms, but I was very pleased to read this poem. Thank you.
S. Thomas Summers
Author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War
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