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

Friday, December 4, 2009

__I'm not above re-posting, in particular if they are as important to me as is this... wondering. This, my first blog post.
__Once, a few years back in Winchester CT., I followed a stone wall through the woods, and it led me to this site. I've wondered since... about the people of the cabin and the teacup; I wonder still.


snow fills
this cabins shattered bones
a broken teacup

13 comments:

Kristin Riggs said...

Wow, Magyar...your last few have been amazing. Love those moments that leave us asking questions...and with nothing left to do but write a haiku. :) Wonderful as always!

Devika said...

I think I remember reading about a broken teacup here, Magyar...but forgot the lines, though,

As Kristin says, an introduction to haiku got me really looking at life more perceptively :)

wishes,
devika

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John McDonald said...

lovely evocation M
john

Lorraine said...

ancient made anew and pure by fresh snow...there is such a beautiful, mournful image in my mind...I love this my magical _m

marty45 said...

So much told by a tea cup thanks

FiveReflections said...

Hello Magyar

As the snow is falling outside my window in southern Maine, you have reminded me of those bones of old dune cabins on cape cod the wonderful writer, Annie Dillard, mentions in her novel Maytrees.

The broken teacup certainly reminds one of the warmth that may have once been shared in those old cabin bones of long ago.

beautiful...

Ashi said...

Lives that long time since forgotten, do have a way of half telling what happend...

Good one Magyar

Frank Williams said...

A very evocative haibun...

Bill said...

And now we wonder, too.

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...

Very nice. It brings life full circle.

Soft love,
T

RBroeker said...

A bit of darkness, a piece of myth, though full of snow somehow sepia-coloured. I love that.

Best wishes
Ralf

Magyar said...

... and I'm so glad you've seen in this what I felt, then. I thank you all! _m