Sunday, December 14, 2008

distractions


mending nets
so many distractions
between stitches

words: mandy smith
photo: phill deason
© 2008

in response to the distraction prompt at One Single Impression

12 comments:

barbs.haiku said...

There is a lonely, mostly thankless job... Surely, the fish do not thank the fisherman for catching them. I thank you, lonely fisherman! I love fish!

spacedlaw said...

The story of the net is in its holes!

Deborah Gdoin said...

That is one place I wouldn't want to have many distractions - not from the size of those nets!!

Haiku Tuna said...

I'm with Barb on this one. The photo and poem together is wonderful!

Raven said...

So much net and that one poor soul to mend them. I think I would want distractions myself... but then I would probably never finish the job.

fourwindshaiga said...

What an overwhelming task. Great haiku, Mandy.

gautami tripathy said...

Beautiful haiku..

mundane meanderings

PS: Please do come and post at Monday Poetry Train Revisited. You will love to board it

Tumblewords: said...

What a job that would be...wonderful photo and matching words!

Daniel J Santos said...

excellnet moment.

one more believer said...

one has to be dedicated to the art of fishing...it is constant..

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

the story of my life! :)

qualcosa di bello said...

i have to admit that i would love to sit beside that fellow & listen to his stories...