Friday, April 22, 2011

this island earth

Reading of the will
earthly gold inheritance
all left to the meek

photograph by
Mike Disfarmer(1884-1959)

As always, all 17 syllables dedicated to 'recuerda mi corazon', exclusive home of Haiku My Heart.


Blogger GYamato said...

sober, sobering, but so yes!

4/23/2011 1:41 AM  
Blogger Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Left to the meek...and sometimes to the undeserving!

Sacred Place

4/23/2011 3:55 AM  
Blogger Spadoman said...

Interesting concept. What on earth will they do with the money? A humble adventure for this couple.


4/23/2011 8:29 AM  
Blogger Meri said...

Amusing. . . and she, especially looks meek. Were appearances deceiving?

4/23/2011 12:12 PM  
Blogger Michael D (Wryter) said...

Yet another fascinating story, that Disfarmer. Duly noted, as the others. Thanks...phil.


4/23/2011 12:38 PM  
Blogger Noelle Renee said...

A fascinating bit of Americana in old photographs. I like it!

4/23/2011 5:16 PM  
Blogger rebecca said...

this is earth shaking!! but wait, let me rephrase this with a meeker response.

i love love love how your mind works.
thanks for being here forever stirring the haiku pot!

4/23/2011 6:34 PM  
Blogger Tess Kincaid said...

I have Mike Disfarmer's book of photos. It's a wonderful collection. I love how he chose his name.

4/23/2011 11:41 PM  
Blogger foxysue said...

Ah yes, I remember, "the meek will inherit the earth", "daisies are my silver, buttercups my gold" ...

4/24/2011 10:01 AM  
Blogger Boonie S said...

This is very thought provoking. Thanks.
It is said that the meek shall inherit the world, but so far it seems like they’ve only ever been downtrodden and exploited by the corrupt and greedy. That’s life I guess…..

Have a good week, Boonie

4/25/2011 2:37 AM  

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