Category Archive: Hokka

Frog Legs (haiku)

Hokka-leg big pride. Many-time make for big-deed. Make hope Hokka-keep. —Hokka the Toad

INT. ZOO — FARM EXHIBITS — CHICKEN COOP — NIGHT

HOKKA the toad and LIONEL the rooster talk over a bowl of insects. Voices are low so as not to wake the congregation. LIONEL Tells me more ‘bout this here “ever-deep” o’ yours.… Continue reading

INT. ZOO — RAINFOREST EXHIBIT — DAY

A smiling fat toad, HOKKA, sits on a log. ZEE the fly labors nearby. HOKKA Ha-ha. Yes. Buzzing-bird do many-thing, make many-friend. Is honored. Should little-bird ever home-need, come Hokka, get home. Busy-bird… Continue reading

What is frightening?

  When sky-god make temper-big. When booming-light night come, make cutting-star. Sound of cutting-star like mountain-shake, like forest-fall—like many-rocks or moving-root in earth. …He means thunder. Ha-ha! Yes. Sky-god might temper-big, but temper-bark… Continue reading