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  121.     

non-haiku

it was you who one day wrote a haiku
and she counted
on the strictest 5/7/5
or the 5/7/5/77 count

you do not really know what haiku is
you just like to write
and say anything your heart wants to say
in your brokenness

nurturing day and night your broken heart
when she left you for another uglier man
this really hurts

you are smart
the next day, the title of your poem changed

non-haiku for you
how can i argue?

with a smart broken-hearted ass?
 
RIC S. BASTASA

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  122.     

haiku

Haiku

Algarvian rain
Falls mainly in opaque nights
When moggy kills mice


Haiku

On cold winter days
When sky is icy sapphire
Sun’s a jaded eye

Haiku

November still day
Peaceful chimney smoke shimmer
Fox spoors on new snow
 
oskar hansen

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  123.     

(Haiku)

Haiku

Thought I’d try Haiku,
I’ve never tried it before.
But this is Senryu.


Texas Haiku

Tumbleweed dances,
The wind and sand sting my face.
Water gone, no hope.


Sorrow

A delicate tear,
Drops on her last letter home.
His blood in the sand.


Coi Pond

Coi fish glide, shimmer,
Light fades as the night draws near.
Beauty never sleeps.
 
Gary Bryson

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Life is but a beginning

Birth marks beginnings,
Death, yet another innings;
Why’s game of life without end?
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Haiku, a genre of poem of Japanese
origin, has only 17, or 19, or 21 syllables
in all. Haiku means ‘the beginning’.
Haiku poets say, ‘we only begin, we
never end.’ What the poet begins, the
reader may try to complete by setting
his imagination to sail. Life too, like a
Haiku poem, has only a beginning. For,
who has seen the end?
_________________________________________
-Haikus | 04.03.06 |
 
Aniruddha Pathak

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