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  • gautami tripathy Jan 6, 2009 @ 7:46

    trapped out
    in the wet-
    out of my brain

  • gautami tripathy Jan 6, 2009 @ 7:52

    Ken,

    If you like you can check out Poetry Train being run each Monday. It has no prompt as such but poetry is encouraged, haiku included. Do check it out. This would give you wider audience. There are others too. You can explore from my blogroll.

  • Tikkis Jan 6, 2009 @ 16:09

    Brain storm
    whipping the waxing moon —
    a wintry wind

  • Ken Wagner Jan 6, 2009 @ 21:40

    gautami tripathy – Thanks for the invite! I will check it out. It would be good to break out of my brain, if only on a Monday!

    Tikkis – Nice one! Reads equally well as haiku or a neurological complaint! Hard to achieve that mental feat.

  • Borut Jan 7, 2009 @ 2:25

    I am who I am:
    However small you wet brain,
    It is still a trap.

  • Ken Wagner Jan 7, 2009 @ 18:54

    Is the brain a trap – or an unopened gift? I hope – the latter.

  • Borut Jan 10, 2009 @ 4:19

    As to the usefulness of our brain or reasoning power, the last part of a saying attributed to Mohammed could be of some help: Trust in God, but tie your camel first. (A reply to a wild Bedouin, who, hearing for the first time Mohammed preach about God, would only trust, leaving it to God to do all the work)…

  • Ken Wagner Jan 10, 2009 @ 20:21

    Or – Trust your brain, but tie yourself to God first.

  • jessica May 4, 2009 @ 21:13

    dark as the sky is
    you can always fill
    the air with sower