Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Some of us look back - and what will the others do? Yes, they ask. And they try to find answers in the past. Very good set of prose and haiku, _m.Best wishesRalf
It's the time of the year to look back indeed. I love your words here!Great weekend to you:)
You have a season to look back?? THAT seems the whole problem!! :))hey kidding....i liked it, Magyar :)wishes, devika
"Nothing is ever really lost, or can be lost...the embers left from earlier fires, the light in the eye grown dim, shall duly flame again"...A little Walt Whitman for you, dear Magyar. That voice is there somewhere...and if you continue to flip through those pages, you'll find it. :) Love this one!!!
Kristin says what I said at Andrew's blog today -- Nothing ever ends, or is lost....and i was just wondering-- are men less positive than women? :)anyway -- You already have a strong voice here, i think....and I have seen it at other places too :)wishes, devika
well done Mjohn
Gosh I love the Kodachrome way you play with words lol always a delight!!!
stories behind the pictures, the memories saved on that moment, it stirs us, continue to stirs us...fine writing...M
just divine, Magyar!
I found that ye older the photo the more it looks like a questionmark - the more it become a guesswork - and probably far from the true.As time flya bag of guessworkanswer to B&W questions
I like L1, and L2 continues it,then L3 turns it homey. (Had to read it twice.-)Agreed with Ashi
Magyar...again, I seek your pardon- i could have misread. Please don't take my words so seriously and stop commenting the way you feel...Please, :)wishes, devika
__Nancy, I am honored by your visit here, and you are always welcome!__I thank you all for your kind comments; Dev, all is well. _m
Oh thanks so much Magyar :)regards, devika
Beautifully written and a hint of mystery.
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