Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Two mournful tones that we can only listen to never to grasp.Thanks for your visit and senryu
__I'm sincerly thankful, Moonie, this comment of yours, and the reply at your blog, common understanding. _m
Lieber Magyar,es klingt nach Wehmut, ein wenig traurig und verlassen...Wie der sooo gut!!!Und gern grüßt dich aus mir heraus die Rachel, die ich gern immer für dich bin...
...and I thank you Rachel, for knowing! _m
Yes ! Two directions : here and there, stay or go.
Oh Doug you know how much I love trains, it made me feel better i can still visit you :)
and I've increased space for my blog good to be back
Doug if you have a chance to visit me tonight do so, google stole all my picasa photos so i put on a show
I miss that sound i use to hear it at 6:30 pm every night when I lived at the house...I miss it so
Hooting of an owl, of a train; until now I'd never equated them. (I prefer the owl.) Nice work.
__LL, so much turmoil 'twixt you and your blog-bloc, yet i"m certain all will ease and travel on, and the trails will meet again; thank you for your visits and fine comments. _m
Dear Daniele... the sound and its answer; two directions along the same pathway. I truely thank you. _m
Nick!__Good to hear from you, and thanks for your comment; best wishes.in new darknessas my candle flickers outthis owl's breath_m
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