Wednesday, July 16, 2014

PARCHED EARTH PRACTICES



A surprise bonus:
recycling dishwater
forks in the planters.



Dumping dishwater
in thirsty planter boxes
a fork serenade.




Tossing the dishwater
a cacophony of forks
dig into the ground.



I'm giving up on
5/7/5 haiku lines
to count water drops.



When I tossed the dishwater into the garden
the plants drank in a cacophony of forks
A good tine was had by all.



The dishwater sang
tine-y bubbles whined about
a fork in the road



But the owl flew off
with a runcible spoon think-
ing it was a mouse.




When in drought save gray
water, the whales are dreaming
of rain on this plain.




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