cold night... i find a warm rock on which to sleep
[National Geographic July 2006, page 22: It is estimated that more than a quarter of road accidents in Namibia involve collisions with donkeys — often because they lie down to sleep on the warm pavement at night. To prevent such accidents, a group is working to outfit donkeys with reflective ear tags. So far 500 have been tagged.]
The streetcar (HDK 247) was built in Japan in 1921 and operated as part of the Nankai Railway in Osaka till 1990. It was then transferred to Edmonton and in 1995 it began operating as a tourist attraction.]
From "The Haiku Anthology" I became interested in Haiku and I have since written numerous haiku, senyru, and tanka. "Masago", my haiku pen-name, means "grain(s) of sand" in Japanese. I have recently started learning Esperanto and Japanese. A few years ago I developed a new eastern verse form which we now call 'Renhai'.