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__I see with young eyes, an old mirror. Here, I hope to offer... as I see.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

__In compliment to Devika's tanka of 10/27/09, "by the same pond;" the echoes may be the fallen leaves floating, those -voices- of the past. _m

await their icy caps


Devika said...

Oh Magyar...i don't know how i cold for a moment! ha :)

btw, a spelling error in the name -- its Devika not 'c' -- though its fine this way too :)


Devika said...

Oh i missed...nice haiku, Magyar; winter is not far, for sure :)

oh now those sweaters and stuff= the only thing i hate about winters,


Magyar said...

OOOPS! Thanks, Dev... I've korekted my spellink. _m

joo said...

I like this haiku Magyar. Winter's in the air:)

Devika said...

thancs, Magyar! :)


Kristin Riggs said...
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Kristin Riggs said...

Sorry about my deleted comment...spelling error (which is funny after the exchange between you and Devika here).
What I had said was...
Here in the south, winter still seems far away...the days are still somewhat warm at times. I can picture your pond, though...and it brings a chill even under my beautiful November sun. Wonderful writing, Magyar!!!

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John McDonald said...

well done M

Dalloway said...

another good jux'

Lorraine said...

Hmm I love it, they do don't they, beautiful!

RBroeker said...

Hmm, no chance for traditionalists then ;-)

wintery pond
a frog
on the blink

Best wishes

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...


A very nice piece. I can feel the cold coming...smiles.


Gillena Cox said...

hats off to you an dev; nice one

much love

BlueJayEye said...

i like this, this reminds me of Holden Caulfield (Catcher in the Rye) asking "Where do the ducks go during winter?".

Bill said...

I like the mix of matter and mind in this one.