Ants, Haiku and You
If you are a reader, you are my star. Thank you for being there.
The following poem is dedicated to the person who encouraged me to open the blog. He is a bohemian man of science, a man whose enormous interest in the small ant has broadened my interest in the little things that make life worth living.
(Photograph posted with permission of the author)
Shuson Kato (1905-1993)
I kill an ant
and realize my three children
have been watching.
To read more about haiku, see here.
I would appreciate if you could send me a poem about ants where they are depicted as lovely working creatures in constant motion. Unfortunately, in the one above, they die. Thank you very much.