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Glare Ice

the Crow looks at me....

                       perched atop sub-zero tree

glass between our thoughts

Copyright © | Year Posted 2010




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Date: 3/14/2010 3:01:00 AM
Perfection in this haiku, Jimbo. Smiles, Dane Ann
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Date: 1/27/2010 8:36:00 AM
Hi Jimbo! Really a beatiful Haiku. Thank you for your comments...Gert
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Date: 1/23/2010 12:44:00 PM
Love how you write a haiku! andrea
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Date: 1/21/2010 6:41:00 PM
Wonderful Haiku....Marty
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Date: 1/20/2010 6:36:00 AM
Hi Jimbo.. enjoyed your blog comments to Karen about the game this weekend and hopefully the Super Bowl... both my teams lost so rooting for Favre and Breese... two best QB's in the league... blessings with luv... Linda-Marie..
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Date: 1/11/2010 7:26:00 AM
This Haiku is fantastic Mr. Goff ! This is going right to mine Fav's !!!! TY james
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Date: 1/10/2010 11:37:00 PM
One of your best Jim and one forb the favourites.Rgds Brian & thanks for yoyur welcome comments today.
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Date: 1/10/2010 3:47:00 PM
Cool for sure, James. Reminds me of Arlo Guthrie tune. "old crow watching from a tree...he's got his hungry eye on me..." I sang it as I wrote it but that may not have come across too well! :) Cool Haiku! -Robert
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Date: 1/10/2010 1:12:00 PM
Man that sounds very cold, very cold. Keep the icicle pen moving so that it won't totally freeze the ink. Sara
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Date: 1/10/2010 12:57:00 PM
Ah, we want to know exactly what this crow was thinking, Jimbo! Perhaps he thought your hair might make a warmer next than the "sub-zero tree." Very clever and thought-provoking. Love, Carolyn
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Date: 1/6/2010 6:54:00 PM
Great Haiku Jimbo.. it is very cold here and ice is glaring everywhere in New Jersey.. luv this analogy .. HNY 2010 with blessings.. luv.. Linda-Marie "Sweetheart" of P.S.
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Date: 1/5/2010 3:22:00 AM
Powerful last line, amazing work...Raul
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