Sarah Potter Writes

Pursued by the Muses of prose and poetry

A progressive haiku about noise

Ape-house at the zoo…

A great family outing:

screams, snot, candy floss.

*

Enjoying the garden…

Teenagers’ windows open,

loud music thumping.

*

Footballers swearing…

A Sunday stroll in the park

on the day of rest.

*

Walking on the Downs…

Free tickets to the air show,

mobiles ringing.

*

Reflecting on ears…

The miracle of hearing

and the art of quiet.

(c) Sarah Potter, 2012

I dedicate this progressive haiku to one devoted dad who snatches moments from parenthood and cleaning sticky noses to write haiku and experimental fiction at  graphitebunny.wordpress.com

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2 thoughts on “A progressive haiku about noise

  1. Just wonderful. Thank you very much.

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  2. I really like the last one.

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