14 comments on “Sheaves

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Bringing in the sheaves, eh? (Oh, never mind. “Bringing in the Sheaves” was an old, old hymn I sang in church when I was a young child. The haiku brings back memories…)

    Harvest Moon

  2. howanxious says:

    I liked the exactness of your words… Great job!

  3. Awesome haiku … sheaves? Thank you for your daily effort to write and share haiku Mark.

  4. Cathy Tenzo says:

    Ah, ritual! And I think many of us know “Bringing in the Sheaves”.

  5. WabiSabi says:

    Rejoicing, of course!!

  6. Maggie Grace says:

    Sounds scratchy to me…you do mean dancing naked under the full moon? Druids do it with wheat. It’s the cold meds.

  7. Ye Pirate says:

    many tones to that…PS
    Third edition of the Polish International Haiku Competition:
    Winners: 2011 Cynthia Rowe, 2012 Roberta Beary
    Judges: 2011 Jane Reichhold, 2012 Jim Kacian, 2013 George Swede

  8. 4joyjoanne says:

    I feel like grabbing a few sheaves (where shall I get them?) and boogying under the moon and stars..

  9. Look for A Lovely Thing says:

    Sheaves! Sheaves! My kingdom for some sheaves! Sorry, this is a fun haiku. I like it. I am dancing with your words.

  10. Sheaves.. what a beautiful word… had to google it… only way I see sheaves is for birds in winter…

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