impermanent tenses 3

grab-bag
of night
everything but rain

thirsty
my dear
the bar raised

so
old to
be entirely forgiving

entertainment
the big
the great crash

within
memory each
ray of it

libido
heads ego
eyeballing the sky

windy
all way
how it complains

or
trips gaily
upon the tongue

everything
slithers across
verandah except rain

Comments

chris said…
Jill, Hey--

Glad to see the comments box, but thrilled to see the new Impermanent Tenses. Most excellent po-stuff there. Keep On!

Best Wishes,
Chris Murray
http://texfiles.blogspot.com
Jill Jones said…
Hi Chris,

Glad you are liking the tenses. I taken to this hay(na)ku form.

I'm not totally convinced by blogger's comments system but will persevere.

All the best,
Jill
Bobby said…
Hello. I followed links and got here. Glad I did.
EILEEN said…
Jill,
This is lovely!
Eileen
Jill Jones said…
Thanks Eileen.

This form of yours is a good one for me.

Jill

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