Creative Writing and unfinished business…
August 21, 2014 § 8 Comments
avoiding the cooking pot
he heads home –
Image courtesy Yokoyama Taikan (1939)
Tagged: avoidance, crab, haiku, liberation, poetry
🙂 I really love the first line; such a funny periphrasis for death… – many reading levels, clever as always… have a nice day Rachael!
Thank you, Frederic. I toyed with degrees of obtuseness in that first line for quite a while. So pleased it made sense! Have a nice rest of the day too, F.
Humorous! Brought a smile to my face. =)
Tee hee… Thank you 🙂
reading this was a good way to start a vacation day – thanks!
Glad to be of service, Dan. Enjoy your holiday 🙂
Now that’s a happy ending. 🙂
I like eating crabs so this ending is quite generous of me.Thank you 🙂
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