Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
must close the gate, I like the allusion here Doug, Happy New Year x
the rusty gates of 2010 -- ah, yes! a new arc of time begins; hope runs high. . . Happy New Year to you! :-)
... close the gate. __Walking forward; by not allowing that on the far side of the Gate to control your Gait, each step is new.__Lorraine and Kelly, I thank you both... your konstant kindnesses. _m
Beautiful, Doug.Happy Happy New Year to you and Kathy! May 2011 be a wondrous year!And I so look forward to reading a new year's worth of beautiful words here...
Rusty gates close and new promising one open! Beautiful:)
Yes,that is the best way to begin a new year.Hope yours is wonderful.
lovely stuff Mjohn
A good one, Magyar, :)closing the squeaky gatesthe sleepy cat jumps over the wallwishes, devika
Each step taken is the chance for a new beginning - let yesterday's mistakes remain in the past...love this haiku Doug, and where its thoughts take me.
Icy paths, and rusted gates are in good juxtaposotion to tomorrows' call.This ku is opening wide. Well done.Best wishes for 2011Rudi
such a wise poet you are. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year, Magyar, and happy birthday!
To:__Talon, Joo, Sandy, John, Dev, Janice, and Rudi... I thank you and echo, with pleasure, my good wishes for a Great New Year to you all!__Terry... glad to see you've rejoined us in the blog-o-sphere and Happy New Year to you as well!__Nora... with your plans for the New Year, I'm confident all will be grand! Have a Happy Day today!_m
That's a wonderful goodbye to the old year. Happy New Year to you!!
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