Sunday, March 8, 2009

A FORK IN THE ROAD (OSI)





last summer’s lunch break
you gonna finish those fries?
winter’s lost and found














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24 comments:

Poetikat said...

The detritus of past seasons - great haiku and wonderful observation. I love the way the yellow line demarcates, as if to separate the seasons themselves.

Kat

Lin said...

interesting post...I just read one on Sandy Carlson's blog and they are so different-shows our individual creativity.

Maggie said...

One loss can be another gain.

citosol said...

you can never know what you're going to find under the snow when it melts...I found a safety helmet once...
BTW, I loved your haiku :)

Quiet Paths said...

Very clever; I hope the crows got the french fries.

anthonynorth said...

An original take on the prompt.
Enjoyed that.

Kallen305 said...

Big A for that one for creativity. I love it!

Sue said...

Very clever pun, yet very significant message at the same time.

Kathiesbirds said...

You summed up a whole story in such few words! Bravo!

SandyCarlson said...

Someone finished those fries! Ah, but the fork....

Greyscale Territory said...

Your haiku suggests that lost and found could very easily be two sides of the same coin! Lovely!

Amias said...

Ha! A different kind of fork in the road ... both winners.

Geraldine said...

LOL! ;<) This was great Deborah. Thanks for the smiles.

Hugs, G

Edward S Gault said...

I loved your Haiku and the humor in it.
Thank You!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

That puts a whole new meaning to that popular saying! I like your creativity.

Tumblewords: said...

This is so clever - and astute. Love it! An unrecognized bike (yes, an entire bike) is beginning to make its way through the snow berm out front. I'd rather have fries!

Avid Reader said...

I saw half of a
sad sandwich on the sidewalk
it might have been ham

qualcosa di bello said...

brilliant blend of photo & words

spacedlaw said...

Fun (if appalling littering).

fourwindshaiga said...

Interesting! And really, I do wonder about things like that!

Sij said...

Nice one..season's loss is your gain.

Beth P. said...

You are very clever!
Glad somebody got the fries...

Patti said...

I love that! "winter's lost and found" Great interpretation!

dreamer said...

lovely lines...someones loss is someone's gain...enjoyed reading!!