Thursday, July 13, 2006

Summer Haiku
Don Iannone

white-capped mountain peak
high above where all dreams sleep
sun smiles at the top

lonesome dove appears
morning awakens the world
lantern flame burns down

cross-legged old man sits
letting go of all troubles
then his own light shines


Hannelie said...

Don, I really like this one!!
I could see it all in my imagination and I thought of a hidden Indian village or some small Japanese village? Was it just something that came to you or did you describe a place you know?

Ghost Particle said...

(1) reminds me of my childhood days of dreams and eagerness for everything and admiration for god.

(2) of first love, then loosing it.

(3) of a meditation.

samuru999 said...

Really great!
I especially love the last one!
"cross-legged old man sits
letting go of all troubles
then his own light shines"
If only all people were so lucky!!

defiant goddess said...

Nicely done, Don. :)

Don Iannone said...

Thanks Renee, Margie, Hannelie, and Ghost Particle.

Hannelie...lovely name by the way. You have a great imagination.

Renee...put this to music.

Margie...cross your legs and give it a try.

Ghost particle...ah yes, the sage it is.

Zareba said...

Enjoyed my time here as always. Thanks ...Z

Don Iannone said...

Thanks Z.

Homo Escapeons said...

Can you really cross your legs wise man? Mine go right to sleep!
Speaking of which...
I loved "high above where all dreams sleep"

Don Iannone said...

homo escapeons...thanks for your comments.

Yes, indeed I can cross my legs and meditate for a good long time. Been doing this for a while. It all comes with practice.

Kathleen said...

Yes! Lovely... bowing to Haikus! Thanks Don!

Don Iannone said...

Kathleen...thanks. Bowing to Kathleen. Namaste!

V N said...

A medley of real burning images sewn together across a bright landscape that stretches wide and far.

First time here. Shall surely be back for more!

Don Iannone said...

Velu...very beautifuly said. Thank you.

kathy said...

awwww refreshing.

Don Iannone said...

Thanks Kathy.

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