14 comments on “Moses

  1. And the mighty Red parted and off they marched (their butts) to the Promised Land.

  2. judie says:

    LOL Hazel’s comment. Like your Haiku, Mark.

  3. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    In this case, I’d say the complaining paid off! 😉

    Threads of Thin Rain

  4. Ramesh Sood says:

    Appears something interesting when I look at the comments…

    Mark I invite you to my haiku here

    http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2014/03/she-harvests-sweet-corn.html

    RS

  5. fear can lead us to raise our voices or close ourselves up tight… I think Moses was afraid too, but he did as he was asked, he trusted the ONE VOICE above the raging sea of water and humanity.

  6. It was great he did otherwise the story would have had a different ending. Great haiku!

  7. gemma says:

    Complaining refugees must wondered where Moses is.

  8. ms pie says:

    humor is a good thing when all else appears hopeless… I had to laugh…. really…

  9. artmusedog says:

    Delightful haiku ~ filled with wit and humor ~ so healing ~ thanks, xxx

  10. WabiSabi says:

    This gave me a smile! I bet most refugees have lots to complain about……I would probably moan about blistered feet!

  11. Lea says:

    I wish… I had a staff like that…

  12. rebecca says:

    i saw the staff rising as the cue for the sea to part…
    but my heart stops at the plight of any and all refuges.

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