Walking Japan: Haiku #134

The walk ends early:
Dad thieves cream for his blisters
and mentions his will.

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3 Responses to Walking Japan: Haiku #134

  1. christopher says:

    ha! it took me until now to realize i know your dad. while reading these last few i kept envisioning this random old guy lol.

    for some reason i like this haiku better than the others.

  2. hydrolith says:


    Probably cos it's got rhythm.

  3. christopher says:

    i think it's because it implies so much. there's so much grist for your mill so to speak. it's so casual, and yet hints at a something potentially weighty to come, and the words so quickly and effortlessly paint the picture of a weighted conversation at the end of a long day.

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