|Image courtesy of Poetry Through the Ages|
"I would especially like to recourt the Muse of poetry, who ran off with the mailman four years ago, and drops me only a scribbled postcard from time to time." ~ John Updike
Having a great time.
Wish you were here. Another
time, perhaps? Love, Muse
|Image courtesy of Keith R. Good|
“Metaphor for the night sky: A trillion asterisks and no explanations”. ~Robert Brault
I’ll never offer
explanations…but look up.
You might find me there.☼☼☼
|Origin of image is unknown.|
A fellow who felt he’d been had
re buying a dubious ‘Strad’
found his authentication
Oh fiddlesticks! He was sure mad.
Notes: The first poem is a 5/7/5 Haiku. The prompt was 'Muse' from Sunday Scribblings. The second poem is also a 5/7/5 Haiku. The prompt was 'Moon' from Poetic Bloomings, and the photograph was taken (and provided for) by Marie Elena Good's husband Keith. The final poem is a Limerick, inspired by the fun wordplay over at Mad Kane's Humor Blog,