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Ha! Well written Magpie, Stan. This is a multi-layered little gem.
Thanks Brenda; Three words, each with multiple interpretations.
Super-duper haiku! Great Magpie. Thanks, Stan!
Thanks Willow; It's great to take part.
A nice haiku,focused on the knife. Sharpe!
Nice haiku...the cutting edge...bkm
A haiku that says it all.
Thanks to:Linda; Have to stay focussed when handling knives.BKM; More then just a utensil.
A Haiku magpie,Eye opening to me...your tale makes complex stuff easy and simple, which is cool.excellent magpie!
Thanks Jingle; Or simple stuff complex, depending on your viewpoint.
Thanks Rinkly Rimes; Sorry I mised you earlier.
Wonderful haiku. I love knives.
Thanks Nessa; Only for cooking though eh?
Great haiku - simple and meaningful
Great Haiku. Thanks for visiting me and taking the time to comment. :)
Fun to see a haiku magpie -- nice use of words. I'm going to be turning "organized acuity" over in my head for the rest of the day. Well done.
Haiku is my favorite ... your haiku is great!!!
This is beautifully and expertly crafted, every word fits perfectly together to create a rather brilliant haiku :)
Thanks to: Akelamalu; I appreciate your visit and comment too.Susan; Have fun! Helen; It felt right for this prompt.Sam; I just thought about each word (handle, angle, blade) and linked them into a phrase.
great magpie! definitely feel the edge
Thanks Soundoffreedom; Stay sharp.
Short and sound! Bravo!
Very sharp indeed!
Thanks to: Lena; I had a stab at it and stuck it in.RA; My first cut on Magpie Tales.
dude. tight write...great take on the magpie!
Thanks Brian; Great excercise - I'll do another next time.
More than first met the eye! Geometric and descriptive. And thanks for the visit.
Thanks Stafford; Much appreciated.
Organized acuity - sharp description! :)
Thanks Tumblewords; A job I still have to get around to.
very acute and sharply done- I like this alot!Less is usually more!
Thanks Kathew; Metaphors make it possible.
Sharp prose Stan!
Thanks Peggy Jo; Appreciate your visit.
To the point. And yet multi-layered. A stroke of genius!
Thanks ninotaziz; Never judge a book by its cover.