Tuesday, June 21, 2011

still missing in action



















summer solstice!
 my haiku muse
                  calls in sick

- photo: Riverside Park along the Mohawk River, Schenectady NY, by d.a. giacalone
- poem originally posted at dagosan's haiku diary on June 21, 2006, and truer than ever - 

5 Comments:

At August 04, 2011 3:06 PM, Blogger martin said...

I went to school in Corning and Brockport. It was beautiful country up there. I dropped out of school because of a Corning girl who ripped my heart out, but did not eat it as the indigenous people had done:

The Mohawks were rough people…
“Megapolensis (1644), a contemporary of Father Jogues, says that when the Mohawk were unfortunate in war they would kill, cut up, and roast a bear, and then make an offering of it to this war god with the accompanying prayer: ‘Oh, great and mighty Aireskuoni, we know that we have offended against thee, in as much as we have not killed and eaten our captive enemies-forgive us this. We promise that we will kill and eat all the captives we shall hereafter take as certainly as we have killed and now eat this bear.’ he adds; ‘Finally, they roast their prisoners dead before a slow fire for some days and then eat them up. The common people eat the arms, buttocks, and trunk, but the chiefs eat the head and the heart.’ "

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/mohawk/mohawkhist.htm


from her dark hip the moon’s curve


Best of Luck!

 
At August 02, 2012 8:35 PM, Blogger Swish Zorro said...

The poetry is nice but I also like the photo.

 
At October 30, 2012 2:42 AM, Anonymous comic manga en español said...

Bonita foto,enhorabuena

 
At April 17, 2013 11:38 PM, Blogger Bill said...

missed call
from my muse
no message

 
At July 03, 2013 3:42 AM, Blogger Operion M'Sia said...

Nice picture!
When come back in action?

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