Stuff that finds its way from my pen(cil) to the paper.
OOO! Quite a heavy, sad last line! But paper dreams may lead to a new reality!
Thoughtful haiku. Enjoyed them.
We all have such dreams. It is good that we can get them onto paper. A very nice series of thought.
absolutely adore the 1st ku on this one. its very hopeful
Wonderful and thoughtful.
A triple haiku! Maybe you have created a new form of poetry... the tri-ku maybe?!I really liked the first part of the poem.Well done.
I particularly like that first one!
In depth, well-written. Especially "human judgement forsaken..."
I enjoy Haiku. Have for a long time. You made me chuckle when stating that your one turned to three. Oh yes, I understand that perfectly. I liked your Haiku, they are thoughtful and have depth.
I enjoyed each of your 'Paper' haikus, especially the airplane.And, as a fellow Tree-Hugger,Thanks for commenting on my Sunday Tree last week. I’ve posted a new ‘Tree’ and would like to invite you to write something in response to it – or to one of the earlier tress. The post can be found here:http://writteninexile.blogspot.com/2011/10/sunday-trees-experimental-tree.htmlBest wishes, Isabel
Lovely series of senryu. I love the image of the paper plane with dreams. Beautiful.
I enjoyed it.. very spirited !
Deep expressions seen here on your paper.
Paper planes weighted with dreams of yesterday...this hits home...although not paper planes I found some of my dreams written in a notebook from when I was around 17....I am still living one...I had scribbled Mrs. Charlie Clevenger...41 years later I still have that name :) Loved your poem!
sweet and wise!
amazing take on paper.
invite you to join our poetry picnic today,1 to 3 random poems are welcome for first time participants, you can also write for our theme,best.hope to see your participation.
It's all been said already. The Haiku together paint a sad portrait. Nice work.
I liked each and every one of these. They stand on their own, and yet together are more than the sum of their parts.Richard
i feel like dreaming about paper airplanes tooelephant slave
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