32 comments on “Rowboat

  1. WabiSabi says:

    This looks familiar! Thank you for ‘prised’ You may have a leaky rowboat, but it appears that your vocabulary isn’t leaking out of your brain yet!

  2. Very nice. ‘leaky’ notwithstanding. 🙂

  3. Look for A Lovely Thing says:

    But it will hold the moon, for sure. I like your tinkering.

  4. Cathy Tenzo says:

    I like the idea of collecting stars. Almost like the people who put fireflies in a jar 🙂

  5. ewdupler says:

    This flows so nicely and your choice of words was excellent. I like the imagery it evokes in my mind. Well done 🙂

  6. jrbsays says:

    Prizes from the sky indeed mark, thank you 🙂

  7. {{ ha !

    i bet the stars
    JUMP into your boat
    for a clever
    ride … }}

  8. imagine if that were really possible? Wonderful Mark!

  9. Nonnie says:

    being able to do that would save oodles of money!

  10. Stephanie says:

    such vivid imagery with words alone!!

  11. jazzbumpa says:

    catch a falling star and put it in your row boat.

    Cheers!
    JzB

  12. WabiSabi says:

    Triple treat for me! Of course I knew this was a tinkered verse from the renga (I haven’t lost THAT much gray matter!) I like the leaky boat better than the empty boat. I wonder, did you use the empty rowboat(in the renga) to echo the image of an open clam shell? Just curious.

  13. artmusedog says:

    Oh so delightful ~ glad you have so many stars ~ You are a star of light ~ carol, xo

  14. gemma says:

    You’ll find a way to hold all that starlight.

  15. Poet Laundry says:

    ha! just love this…

  16. so the stars can stay were they belong

  17. Lea says:

    I have a feeling… that all those stars in your leaking rowboat will float you onward… love the imagery Mark! Thank you!

  18. If you stay in the boat all night you may not see stars for too long…

  19. J says:

    probably a good thing — stars are not very kind up close 🙂

  20. jazzytower says:

    Loving that word “prised”. Love the haiku too.

  21. Rallentanda says:

    You can always plug the holes with Perry Como…:)Nice haiku!

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