birth or death, start or end but
string where fates entwined
Author's Note: This post is my first share for the 1st anniversary of Haiku-Heights. This is a senryu (5-7-5 syllables) based on last week's prompt - String. For those new to these forms: Haiku and Senryu are both Japanese poetry forms that have three lines. The three lines, if reflecting nature, form a haiku; and if reflecting emotions and life in general, forms a Senryu.
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Very thought provoking, great play on words!ReplyDelete
wow really awesome:)ReplyDelete
as always, brilliant :)ReplyDelete
Amazing! I love the theme of your blog. I can't believe I never found your blog before now! -Lola @ BuddhatropolisReplyDelete
very nice...that eternal connection that continues well after the cutting...ReplyDelete
A vida deve ser uma emoção permanente... Gosto de te ler!ReplyDelete
Very nice. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Very nicely done ...ReplyDelete
check out short story slam week 6 from the header section today,ReplyDelete
Thanks, love your blog.
beautiful.. nice u spotted out the difference betn Haiku and Senryu.. otherwise there r lot of ppl who mention a Senryu as a Haiku.ReplyDelete
love your elevation of string.ReplyDelete
and the photograph? stunning.
Deep connection no string can create.ReplyDelete
Wonderful Haiku. I love the image.
gorgeously creative play on theReplyDelete
I always liked the imagery of the Fates weaving the strings of our lives.ReplyDelete
Very interesting. Poignant. Strong, accurate choice of words.ReplyDelete
beautiful and thoughtful poem!ReplyDelete
Such beauty and longing. Excellent my friend.ReplyDelete
A beauty of a thought, and you bring the string some purpose too.. Thanks for sharing, Heaven :)ReplyDelete
a beautiful thought provoking post..ReplyDelete
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