Friday, July 21, 2006

Seashore Haiku
By Don Iannone

walking on the beach
releasing what was held back
the waves splash new hope

mountains of seashells
standing tall to what is true
make the right life choices

coffee on the beach
the day breaks gently on us
hearts stretch in the sun


kathy said...

beautiful haiku! I love the beach!

running on the beach
ears flopping in the sea breeze
k-9 smiles ;-)

Kathleen said...

Yes.. so lovely... I can feel the ocean's breeze and smell the fresh salty air...!

Thanks Don... :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love these! The third one is my favorite - :)

Don Iannone said...

Thanks live near the beach. You are lucky! Nice haiku back to me. (Smile) beaches in Colorado...not lake beaches either. Yes, the beach is a total sensory experience...makes you want to write poetry.

James...thanks. You write beautiful haiku. I am taking notes from you.

(By the way folks, James was a featured poet today. Check out this poetry blog. Click on his name in his post and you can find the story. Congratulations James.)

Stacey said...

Ahhh, this sums up my time on the Atlantic coast last week. Beautiful.

Kathleen said...

Hey Don... the rain you blew out here finally made it... it's pouring outside!!!

thought you'd want to know! :)

Don Iannone said...

Thahks Stacey and Katheen. Stacy, glad you had a nice vacation. Kathleen, enjoy the rain. Now blow some sun my way. LOL

Kathleen said...

You've got it Don... Sun on it's way! :)

Don Iannone said...

Got it Kathleen...Here Comes the Sun (Beatles, Abbey Road, 1969)

Kathleen said...

Yah...! da da da de da..

wow... by the sounds of your July poem... it really got there! :)

jim said...

Those are simple and straightforward, I find them to be very much 'art'. I like them all and appreciate their directness.

Don Iannone said... haiku, less is more. It's a great reminder for me in life.

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