Monday, November 23, 2009

west coast haiku



walking in the rain
chilled to the bone and dog tired
is fun with my kid

14 comments:

John Mutford said...

More haiku! Less rain.

BeckEye said...

haiku? gesundheit!
you should get out of the rain
before you catch cold!

justrun said...

Nice!

kelly said...

rain? we get rain? gg I hadn't noticed

again...kelly said...

ohhhhh haiku!...I just thought you were sneezing from being wet and cold

for a third time, kelly said...

damn...i should have read what beckeye put

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I know about complain all the time about Calgary being too sunny, John, but I think I a going to put a moratorium on those complaints for at least a week.

You are Brilliance Incarnate, Beckeye.

My non-poet status remains intact, Justrun.

If I start haikuing all over the place, they are not going to let me on the plane, Kelly.
Beckeye is a far superior poet to me; you should always read what she says.

Anonymous said...

Great pic!
Berni

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Thank you, Berni. I excel at stealing images off the internet.

Anonymous said...

I thought that was you and Eva! Oops!
Berni

Allison said...

The coast misses you. It stopped raining today in protest. ;) Oh wait...its back. Safe travels back home.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Everyone looks the same under an umbrella, Berni.

Phhhewww! I was worried for a second there that the natural order of things had been thrown off kilter in Vancouver, Al. But then it started raining again.

Sean Wraight said...

I am impressed my dear Zombie... Branching off into different artistic direction with Haiku of all things. Very well done too.

Your next mission, should you choose to accept it... Write the 2009 Grey Cup Fight Song.

Hey, it is in your city thie year after. You might just be obligated!

s

Barbara Bruederlin said...

The 2009 Grey Cup Fight song, Sean? Let's see Saskatchewan vs Montreal ... well if I include some lyrics about banjo pickers and Olympics mafia, I should be covered in offending everybody, don't you think?