Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
sad and oh so beautiful be well Doug
Our garden is a sea of blue right now...forget-me-nots are beautiful...as is this haiku, D.
Thanks, ladies... !__If you recall, my aunt passed this January, and that small, ancient cemetery could not accept a burial 'till the ground was clear of ice. The old headstone my Uncle, the new name of course, my Aunt... and the forget-me-nots... in that cold breeze. _m
So sorry to read here about your Aunt. Your haiku a beautiful tribute to your Aunt and Uncle.
my condolences Doug; and thanks for a beautiful readmuch love...
Robyn and Gillena... I thank you!__Odd, in one moments a collectionof silence... then, that Joyous Reunion of Family Remembrance._m
beauty bathed in tearsmemories held beneath the grounda fresh green blankettime passes but the love of dear ones keeps us warm - your words a solemn memorial
D, seems forget-me-nots are the bloom of choice. Still enjoying mine in bloom, though they are slowly waning now. Always a delight when they bloom.
those living in our memories are not really dead... i love this.and sorry for your loss
I'm honored, Polona. _m
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