Easy-to-read haiku poetry

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by frail, Nov 8, 2009.

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  1. frail

    frail Member

    Well, I have been away... life sort of got in the way. But I'm here now and I wanted to share some of my latest haiku poetry for you, since I do think this forum has been a support to me.

    But anyway, here we go:



    Wrinkles separate
    The old and the young - not death
    Nor the mourning ones

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    Of all the colours
    Of the sky the faintest gray
    Was the most divine

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    I am but a child
    My hands are tiny and my blood
    It pours like wine

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    Bedridden: sickness
    Old age as my bane - collapse
    On the bed - too frail

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  2. Tobes

    Tobes Well-Known Member

    Your Haikus are good
    I loved the one about blood
    Colours, not so much
     
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