. . . on a sultry August day, a nap in the shade or a trip to an air-conditioned art museum seems in order:
light showbehind eyelids -free admission
poem: DAVID GIACALONEphoto: ARTHUR GIACALONE. . haiga orig. posted at MagnaPoetsJF, April 25, 2007 . .- window by Frank Lloyd Wright, MOMA -
poem: DAVID GIACALONEphoto: ARTHUR GIACALONE
. . haiga orig. posted at MagnaPoetsJF, April 25, 2007 . .
- window by Frank Lloyd Wright, MOMA -
posted by david giacalone @ 8:28 AM
david,two more outtakes...mother's dayinadustyfieldonawickerthronethebeardedladynew girlfriendthe slow rotations ofa merry-go-roundit wasn't easy to trim it down to what i felt was a fair balanceof traditional & challenging.ed
Coney fun houseinside the darknessone small display
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david giacalone ("dagosan") looks at the foibles and ironies of the human condition, using poems structured like haiku but called "senryu", and with an occasional photo "haiga" (an image with a linked poem).
. haiku advocate trying to keep a Beginner's Mind ... former lawyer-mediator...... editor of f/k/a weblog ... Born 1949, but a few body parts occasionally feel much younger.. . . a/k/a dagosan
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