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

Thursday, August 13, 2015

My post here,  of August 17, of 2009.
__A Student says, I have much to learn;
__a Master says, I have learned how little I know.

today
I search the sky and clouds
tomorrow

11 comments:

Blogoratti said...

Thoughtful piece, a real delight.

Jan said...

today
I search the earth, the trees
tomorrow

learning more each day~

You always make me think, _m. Whether I want to...or not :)

Gisele LeBlanc said...

So true. I think it's also a good thing to always think of ourselves as students. A student's mind is always open and receptive to learning and discovering new things.

Gillena Cox said...

luv the meditative voice; i would have liked to see some kind of punctuation at the end of line 3 though

tomorrow...

OR

tomorrow?


much love...

Lorraine Renaud said...

couldn't stay away could you DD? so lovely

Ygraine said...

Aah...beyond the sky...linear time ceases to exist - or so we're told...so today and tomorrow converge...;)

Wonderful! :))

Magyar said...

Thanks Blogoratti; thoughts may hold in time... our only value.
__Jan.. ah yes, today is yesterday's tomorrow. 'Tis fine to, "Harvest the Day," as we "Semen Die."
__Gisele, I thank you! If we learn a little each day, that day is a pure gift.
__Thanks, Gillena: I appreciate fully your comment; in my haiku / senryu the only punctuation I use are the rare apostrophes that indicate possessives, and the more rare ellipses. In my shallow view, punctuation can limit any seer's imagination
__puY LL, m'I kcab ! Smiles !
__"Y" Carpe Diem, then seed today... tomorrow's time will be that harvest; yesterday, today, tomorrow. "Y" I guess t he only time that ever ends... is ours.

Thanks all_!!!! _m

ghost moon said...

Ahh....I'm enjoying your haiku bubbles of consciousness. We are both teachers and learners throughout our lives. My current blog is linked in my blogger profile, I couldn't get OpenID to cooperate in letting me sign in with my wordpress account.

Magyar said...

__Thanks G. M., your words "bubbles of consciousness." Nifty! We'll not let them "pop."
__Sometimes the >electronics< get crowded, like the clusters at the supermarket check-out lines, and things you need to have done... get lost in the clutter.
_m

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