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

Thursday, February 11, 2010

__Today, February the 13th, this Magyar-Haiku blog has become one year of age; some old friends, and so many new have added in my mind, to its surprising acceptance here!
__Now then, a self-important question has arisen within me and thus, a few days to silently ponder... and a glass of wine.
__This toast to you all, in thanks! _m

this infant
peers through his year old eyes
a smile


bonequinhoda bic said...

The world needs free thinkers !
Such rare breed of people can be found in two spots only :

1.In the simplicity of children.
2.In the rimes of Poets.

Keep thinking out of the box !
Happy one year old :)

Talon said...

Lucky 13th, Magyar! Congratulations! What a body of work you must have compiled in these last 12 months alone. I look forward to many many many more of your beautiful and thoughtful haiku. Cheers, Magyar

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

just keep it coming. :)

Devika said...

Nice smile, the second childhood? :)


julesinspacedancing said...

Such a strong visual image - very powerful.
I met a baby at the thrift store I volunteer at this afternoon - and I saw that look; that smile.

Your haiku gave it back to me, here; with a glass of Friday late afternoon champagne.

Sir, I love your work!

Kristin Riggs said...

Cheers to you, Doug. I look forward to your words everyday. I'm with Andy...just don't stop, my friend. :)

John McDonald said...

delightful as usual M

Lorraine said...

Dear Doug, Happy one year anniversary x
It is I who is grateful :)
beautifully written again

Timoteo said...


T.Migratorius said...

I have enjoyed every post since I discovered your blog. Thank you for sharing!

joo said...

Hope you are not going to stop - I always wait for new haiku here:)

Ambrose Thompson said...

Happy Birthday from someone who just put up their site three days ago.

Gillena Cox said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!! happy first anniversary

much love

nora said...

Happy birthday to Magyar haiku. I like the commemoratory poem!

Magyar said...

I truely thank you all! _m

Frank Williams said...

Happy anniversary Magyar.