7 thoughts on “trickle of the sand (haiga)”

  1. I love this, and so admire your talent for knowing when to stop (I tend to want to go on…); a great poet knows when the piece is finished.

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  2. This is so wonderful. Death and sorrow tend to be recurring themes in my work. This one just sums everything up in a powerful one-two punch.
    Thank you for visiting me at openmindedsearchfortruth.blogspot.com and for your meaningful comment. 🙂

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