Rain

 
 
 


rain on the rooftop—
 
even before it ripens
 
it turns into dust

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14 comments on “Rain

  1. julespaige says:

    I have been in that type of drought.
    ~Jules

  2. really this gave me a lot of thoughts. can be read in many layers

  3. WabiSabi says:

    It rained like that in Germany! It was summer, very dry – which we were not accustomed to. We had clothes drying on an outdoor line. The clothes dried in spite of the rain. It was surreal for folks who came from a humid island that is at sea level!

  4. Gillena Cox says:

    luv the sound of rain on the roof; have a nice weekend

    much love…

  5. julespaige says:

    Thanks…slippers can often refer to any foot wear, especially that which makes no sound when walking – often crepe rubber type soles 🙂 Or can be slipped on the feet without lacing.
    Then again ballet slippers are only durable with proper care and require much time and effort to put on correctly 😉

    ~Cheers, Jules

  6. Awesome haiku Mark … very spiritual in its deeper layers. Thank you for being part in our pilgrimage.

  7. Brian Miller says:

    oo i feel the bleakness in this…rain to dust so quick….
    there is a despair in that…

    and thank you for visiting today…smiles.

  8. Mary says:

    This is sad really…though wonderful imagery….rain turning to dust without helping anything grow.

  9. You capture drought vividly.

  10. M.Z says:

    Rain disappearing without doing any benefit to anything, but just lives on to be useless dust. Incredible piece!

  11. There are layers here–so very well done Mark

  12. Sumana Roy says:

    thirst for life….wonderful

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