Friday, March 30, 2007

Out Of Here


The Sun flies
over the horizon—
homerun

17 comments:

J.B. Rowell said...

:)

Don Iannone said...

It seems just that way at times. Good one. Pat.

dsnake1 said...

zen minimalist. :)

the center layout is very appropriate for this poem. lovely.

Janice Thomson said...

How delightful and well-said Pat.

Kai C. said...

nice.

polona said...

you're making me utter another wow!
:)

Masago said...

Well done...and at our age the days do seem to fly by.

AnnieElf said...

This just made be so happy. It could become my retirement mantra.

Nea said...

wow, a great Haiku Pat......a homerun indeed.

firebird said...

Great image!

I can just see you jumping up in the bleachers with your glove out--

I think we had a rain delay today-
I should ask for my money back...

floots said...

knocked out by this one pat
(englishman in scotland smiling at an american's baseball reference - now that's cosmopolitan) :)

sage said...

I'm reading this on Monday morning--opening day for Major League baseball--and thinking, "WOW" how appropriate!

david santos said...

Hello, Pat!
What a beautiful work have! "O Sol em cima do horizonte", portuguese.
Thank you
have a good week.

Pat Paulk said...

Thanks for stopping by Julia!!

Don, I thought the season opened on Sunday. I might have been a day off. Thanks!!

Thanks Dsnake!! I watched the sunset Thursday night and was thinking about baseball season getting ready to start. Some how I mangled the two together.

Thanks Janice!!

Thank you Kai!!

Two Polona WOW'S in a row!! WOW!! Thank you!!

Vaughn, unfortunately that is true. Thanks!!

Annieelf, thank you for coming by and leaving such a wonderful compliment!!

Thanks Nea!! The two just seemed to go together.

Actually Firebird we did too. But I hope it counts anyway. I also hope that glove has extra padding.

Floots, that's the way the sun looked last Thursday--knocked out of the park. Glad to make an englishman smile.

Sage, I thought it opened Sunday night. But, that was the intent.

David, "obrigado"!!

Richard Kay said...

I see you have been experimenting during my self-imposed exile from leaving blog comments. Very good. I like it. Now it is time to return to my cell.

Borut said...

The flies of the Sun returning back to their source. The basic story. Things created returning to their Creator!???:) I tend to misread...!:)

MB said...

This is really nice!
Ready for spring training.