Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
There's a nice warm feeling about this haiku. It reminds me of a group of old friends reminiscing...
I love this, Magyar :)wishes, devika
i agree, this one feels warm and friendly. i like that the 'old friend' can relate to a person or rain itself
I like polona's observation, and "your song" can man so many things.
This is truly delightful - the wording and subtle layers perfect.
I like any poetry with music. :)
Just remembering our old neighbor, he moved away one year ago. When he had his pension-money-day he spent a whole night and sung. But he was not so good singer.-(Anyway: here L1 is very positive beginning, and L2 brought to me a memory! but L3 is again a warm finishing!We had a white snowfall here. No-one singing. Let's try a text:White snow on the old, white snow --no-one singing
Tikkis, Shall I sing - I am always ready for a song! :))just kidding, I liked this one...the melancholy here....i love that mood :)Magyar, hope you don't mind the encroachment that I would make occasionally :)wishes, devika
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