As a teenager, I would make the rounds with my snow shovel after heavy snowfalls in suburban New Jersey, offering my not at all highly esteemed driveway shoveling services. By my standards, the money was great. I always looked forward to winter.
Then, in college, I encountered Cleveland, Ohio winters, which can be truly treacherous. Getting to class through the ice-crusted snow was nearly impossible – I quickly learned to fear the freezing rains that fell on the tail ends of heavy blizzards.
resplendent sparkles overlay broken asphalt invisible ice
Go Dog Go Cafe’s Haibun Wednesday
- This week’s prompt is to write a haibun inspired by the word ‘crack(s)’.
- From Poetry.org:
- In How to Haiku, Bruce Ross writes, “If a haiku is an insight into a moment of experience, a haibun is the story or narrative of how one came to have that experience.”
Moonwashed Weekly Challenge
Let’s write poetry together!
When it comes to partnership, some humans can make their lives alone – it’s possible. But creatively, it’s more like painting: you can’t just use the same colours in every painting. It’s just not an option. You can’t take the same photograph every time and live with art forms with no differences.–Ben Harper (b. 1969)
Would you like to create poetry with me and have a completed poem of yours featured here at the Skeptic’s Kaddish? I am very excited to have launched the ‘Poetry Partners’ initiative and am looking forward to meeting and creating with you… Check it out!
38 thoughts on “Resplendent sparkles, or: Broken asphalt”
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Well done David oh and that black ice can be treacherous 💖
🤎🙏🏻 Cindy 🙏🏻🤎
The dreaded black ice. I’ve known people who slipped on black ice and broke bones. Driving is even more potentially treacherous.
😨 Stephanie 😨
❤️ Molly ❤️