15 comments on “Wineglass

  1. I really like this haiku Mark. Just out of reach …

    • Or maybe you like it just because of the word “moon”? (I’m kidding, of course. Thanks for your kind words.)

      On Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 7:12 AM, Mark M. Redfearn wrote:

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  2. arushiahuja says:

    Oh so beautiful… the wish to reach it reflects in your haiku so beautifully!!

  3. Wonderful. You have captured the true feeling of this Haiku.

    Melanie

  4. julespaige says:

    I wonder if there are ‘cork’ readers like ‘tea leaf’ readers… Well that is if you were lucky enough to get a cork in your bottle these days…

    Imbibing in moderation is supposed to be quite healthy – even if we cannot reach the moon, maybe we can be luck enough to obtain a few of our dreams in our ‘golden’ years ūüôā

    falling for autumn

  5. artmusedog says:

    fun haiku and yet a contemplative edge to it ~ very creative ~ thanks, ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  6. Cheryl-Lynn says:

    I enjoyed this haiku…the first time I smiled, the second time it made me think…that’s a good thing:)

  7. jrbsays says:

    An excellent haiku as always Mark. Cheers to you!

  8. dthaase says:

    well captured!

  9. oh, this is great Mark. (it’s difficult to swallow the moon)

  10. Jamie says:

    Great Haiku. Moon and a Wine Glass… perfect way to end the day. Cheers. : )

  11. kaykuala h says:

    Very philosophical Mark! Not all things desired one gets to own or achieve! How true!

    Hank

  12. Bastet says:

    This is really beautiful, very observant … the moon in a puddle, on on a lake or a glass of wine is always impossible to touch.

  13. This wonderful … you turn the unknown moon into a known which cannot be reached … chapeau!

  14. siggiofmaine says:

    WoW… you took a few words and made a wonderful observation that took me to WoW at first reading.!
    Thank you
    Peace
    Siggi

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