Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
hmmm....Good one, Magyar! :)vital is the journey, destination not much...to dust shall we return,wishes, devika
This was so beautifully evocative, Magyar.
love this image!
through dirt..the journey, you are so inventive Doug :)
i read it as popping up from the dirt to walk over the soil though, Lorraine....may be with water at one's disposal...through the journey, Magyar...writer's intent, please? :)wishes, devika
my interest, obviously, because it is *Abstract Deductions" :)wishes, devika
Abstract... Conceptual.__A steeple reaches above the earth on which the traveler roams; always open to the peace of that traveler.>or<__Safe-Haven for the traveler... from the 'soils'[human 'soils'] of the earth, those that would do harm. __Each reader... has an altered >concept< of that that they read; I think that's why senryu is more difficult to write... and read, than haiku.__Thanks, Dev! _m
thanks Magyar :)Yes Magyar...I thought it had something to do with "wayside chapel" -- maybe thats why i came up for a clarification, And yes, i knowingly talked about the more literal aspect of this... there's more to it when the two haiku are read together...as you said it here, now, And yes, senryu is a form, i don't think i would touch....i find it too difficult to put it paper, though i enjoy it much -- i like what calls for a self-analysis, wishes, devika
It moves. It doesn't. It does not come closer, though we walk since hours. And here it is. And we have another five kilometres to go ...walkingand when we arrivestill walkingBest wishesRalf
Light spiralThe unicornPale light at dawnUnseen by non believersI touch itAnd weep.
Nem só flores brotam.Good!
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