another weekend passed, and now we're in a week again.
This morning as I was heading up to the train station I reminded myself how much I got written on the train commute back in 2000: most of Black Juice
, reviewed afresh but vair-vair lukewarmly over here
Anyway, I thought acidly to myself, 'There's no time to even write a haiku between here and Strathfield!' Which led to an outburst of not one but 5 haiku, plus one grabbed on the walk from Strathfield to work. Here is the best of them:
A train passed a train.
Between two full carriages
Glances crossed and slid.
although the apostrophe in this one's hard not to like:
Against an orange house wall
They practic'lly hum.
Does anyone know, is it okay to make stuff up
in a haiku? If I'm not entirely sure they were delphiniums, am I allowed to put them in?