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

Sunday, December 11, 2011

__This haiku was contributed to, and seen in the anthology,  "One Thousand Cranes" in 2009; it was scribbled during the winter of 2007.


snow fills
this cabins shattered bones
a broken tea cup

15 comments:

John McDonald said...

nice one M
john

joo said...

Lovely haiku:)
Have a great day!
j.

Lorraine said...

I love everything old, and it never really breaks, when the first piece crash it goes straight toheaven, well, Merry X-mas

Rachel said...

Lieber Magyar,

ein tolles Haiku, eins was fast nach Historie klingt, nach Wiedergefundenem nach langer Zeit...

Ich lese zu gern bei dir, und ich versuche mich jetzt auch in Haiku, lach...doch es sind Anfänge...

dir eine feine Adventzeit

von Herzen
Rachel

sandy said...

Wouldn't you love to know the history of that place?
Of that teacup?

Chèvrefeuille said...

Hello Magyar,

This is really a nice haiku, I love the imagenery of this one, I sense even a bit of Zen.
Why Zen? A broken teacup triggered me, because I once have read a Zen item about an empty teacup.
Empty isn't always empty, but the spirit of the emptiness is in it.

Namaste,

PS. I have a question. Do you have had your copy of Spasms Of Light already? Because I don't have it yet.

Sincerely,

Margie said...

I wish I could write haiku but I can't but am very glad I have yours to read.

As always, excellent writing!

TALON said...

Just gorgeous, D. Such perfect imagery.

Gillena Cox said...

like the resonance of coldness; the snow; the broken tea cup; a really well crafted ku

however warm wishes and

much love...

Magyar said...

I'm so pleased when I people like my 'scribbles!' I truely thank you ALL... for your comments! _m

Frank... said...

This is a lovely haiku, Magyar. I do like the words, 'shattered bones'...

Bill said...

Good one.

Judie said...

Reminds me of a scene from the film "Jeremiah Johnson," one of my favorites!

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