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haiku 20131009

20131009Pafter the movers
sunlight echoing
through the empty rooms

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3 comments on “haiku 20131009

  1. pi314chron
    October 11, 2013

    To use an overworked word, this haiku “resonates” with me very deeply as we have most of our possessions boxed up in preparation for a move. The rooms aren’t empty yet but even the stacked up boxes change the way light and sounds are perceived. Again, I love the way you consistently find the magic in the mundane. Excellent observation, Andy! ** 🙂 **

    Ron

  2. pi314chron
    October 11, 2013

    Oh! “sunlight echoing” is exquisite!

  3. haikuandy
    October 11, 2013

    Thanks! My next haiku makes a suggestion about something you can do once the move is complete…

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