Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
The young kit and the graveyard are juxtaposed nicely in your poem, M.
headstone inscriptionfrom nee to eternitysilence and stillness 💮Just my thoughts in a Haiku after your beautiful and inspiring words _m. You are the one that got me interested in Haikus!!! It's all your fault :) That's my story and I'm sticking to it~
nice image and thought provoking too
On this stone, we standRemember forever usAt least for ten years-Well for me and my soulmate, we have no intention of letting the world know where we are, so no stone 😉Ashi
Tellingly, I envision Marty looking at the picture showing "here lies... died September 7, 1885," Great Scott!
__ I thank you all, your visits and knowing comments are important to me! _m
caught nappingon the sun warmed stonea new life
neglected graveyardremembered each springwith wildflowersI love old graveyards and try to imagine the lives of those who lived long ago.Adelaide
__ Too, I thank you both Sandy and Adelaide... I always, fully appreciate echo comments. _m
Stone beside my grave speaks behalf me .I wonder how you heard so easily that i tried to tell you when i was able to speak for myself
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