Café St-Valentin (Haibun)

(c) 'Clr 15
(c) ‘Clr 15

 

I seem to be truly enjoying this new form of sets of haiku created by Chévrefeuille here at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai called the Troiku.  As I sit here at a Café in the warmth looking out at the snow, I hesitate to leave. It is cold and I have to take a bus to get home and I also like the atmosphere here. It is so pleasant writing in this ambiance, hearing the saxophone blaring in the background with  uninterrupted jazz melodies.   I am a sucker for saxophones and base…it isn`t live music but the sound system is a good quality to drown the chatter of the patrons so I feel the company of jazz musicians and my thoughts percolating before my fingers dance on my keyboard.

(Troiku)
evening idles
at the coffee shop
sipping un café

evening idles
swimming in my mind’s eye
writing

at the coffee shop
jazzy tunes fill the room
saxophone blares

sipping un café
gazing out the window
a poem trickles

(c) Tournesol ’15

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