°• ₱ • whisper • ₱ •° {redux}

Cypress Tree Byōbu, Kano Eitoku, 1590
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i hear them whisper

calling me to join them there

at the end of life

•° ₱ °•





originally posted 12 February 2010




this is my submission to ~

Poetic Forms:   Haiku   at   The Purple Treehouse



i am participating in ~








Filed under haikū, micropoetry, NaBloPoMo, poetry, Post-A-Day2011, The Purple Treehouse

16 responses to “°• ₱ • whisper • ₱ •° {redux}

  1. Great post! I love poetry very much. Free free to check out my first poem also everyone!

    • thank you, Amyree! ♥ i think your haiku is lovely and more in keeping than mine with the traditional haiku. if you mean that is your first poem ever, you’re off to a super start! ♥

  2. nice…your last line is a great twist…yes they do call us forward…

  3. I liked it — reminded me of elderly relatives talking to their deceased family on their own deathbed.

  4. Superb – just superb.

    Anna :o]

  5. stunning Haiku.


    Welcome sharing your poetry with us today.

    Poems that are old but need more attention, poems related to nature and life are welcome.

    Keep up the excellence.
    Hope to see you linked in and share.


    • i will definitely be there! ♥ had some traveling to do today but i’ll be there asap. thank you so much for the invitation and your very kind comment. ♥

  6. Very nice, You have a real talent…


  7. Excellent post.
    Happy Holidays….
    I know you write stunning Haiku, welcome sharing with us,
    1 to 3 or more are welcome.
    no theme.
    Hope to see you in,

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