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Thursday, 11 November 2010

Two Haiku

mist and tree are merged
they have embraced each other
people stand apart.


art and religion
shape and embrace our feelings -
pity lonely moods

12 comments:

Carl said...

Wonderful work Dave!

Both have me thinking today.

David Cranmer said...

Very nice, Dave.

TechnoBabe said...

If only people could be more natural in joining or even rubbing elbows.

Cloudia said...

Successful!






Aloha from Waikiki :)

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Windsmoke. said...

A lot of embracing going on. Are they meant to be linked?.

Olivia said...

Very well said David.. xx

Olivia said...

Your poetry is amazing...with supporters such as you stand beside us, we can continue our efforts and make the potluck event more enjoyable for its large number of entries, multiple levels or types of talents, and authentic enjoyment of poetry and poetry reading...Come in any time when we are open, feel free to ask questions and read others.
Thank you in advance.
Have A Weekend A Graceful As Your Spirits.
xoxox

Dave King said...

Grateful thanks to all for the feedback. Amen, I think, to TechnoBabe, and yes, Windsmoke, they were meant to be linked. The one is a sort of echo of the other. Thanks again to Olvia. Shall do my best.

Mairi said...

The first is an apt piece for the season coming upon us - the mood of the natural world making the last line more noticeably felt.

Thanks for your interview comment on Robert Frost's Banjo.

Dave King said...

Mairi
Welcome and many thanks.

Strummed Words said...

Love the way you give philosophical messages in your haiku!

700miles said...

great set of haiku. very thought provoking, making it even better! glad i stopped to visit your site.


take care! ~700miles