Well, we haven’t had one of these for a while…
A chagrin of souls
Floating like ghostly leaves – in
An autumn forest.
Filed under Art, Contemporary Arts, Creativity, Haiku, Ideas, Innovation, Inspiration, Poetry, Writing
Tagged as autumn, david milligan croft, forest, Haiku, leaves, poem, Poetry, souls
Yes! I love it. Incredible how much a haiku can encapsulate in so few words.
Here’s one I wrote on November 5
high tide this minute
tapestry of sea and sky
deep November blues
Thank you, Jean! You’re very kind.
I really like yours too.
I love writing haiku. Not because they are short! But because it takes such discipline to capture a moment in so few words/syllables.
It seems like the world is very divided about haiku ~ either passion bordering on addiction or scorn. I’m like you in loving the form. Great to meet a soul mate in this regard!
The people who pour scorn upon haiku usually feel the same way about poetry in general. Each to their own I guess. It’s not often you meet someone who knows what haiku is, let alone being a fan!
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