Mail

 
 
 


winter afternoon—
 
waiting for the mail to drop
 
through the front door slot

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11 comments on “Mail

  1. Mick Talbot says:

    anticipation
    expectations not fulfilled
    cruel word

    sorry couldn’t resist, hope you got what you were waiting for ☺

  2. Lea says:

    an event that you can sometimes set your watch by and other times… an eternity…

  3. Simple pleasure: getting a nice letter from a friend! YOur haiku brings those lovely memories back… (I now live in an apartment and have to go outside – walk a ‘street’ to the building entrence – and go downstairs to find my mailbox… not that fun anymore!)

  4. artmusedog says:

    Always good in Winter to get something good to read ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Happy and Peaceful weekend ~ ^_^

  5. What Lea said. Irregularity. Daily but, irregular.

  6. rebecca says:

    i.love.this.
    it gives me the feeling that everything is all right in the world.
    thank you!

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  8. meriak says:

    Dear Mark: Thanks for reminding me that I need to trek to the mailbox. It’s full. . . when it gets cold, I can’t get the key to turn so the mail collects until it’s warm enough for the lock to function.

    • Just saw this comment, Meri. Hope you’ve gotten your mail by now! 🙂

      On Sat, Feb 4, 2017 at 9:12 AM, Mark M. Redfearn wrote:

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      • meriak says:

        Yup — warmed up. Mailbox worked. Emptied it (mail from several days plus three parcels). Snowed again yesterday for five hours, but then it turned to rain. Thanks for asking.

        • Although we don’t get snow at our house, we do get lazy about checking the mail, simply because most of it’s junk, and why bother? 🙂

          On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 9:33 AM, Mark M. Redfearn wrote:

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