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Objective/subjective.

Another interesting quote from the haiku master Matsuo Basho is, ‘the problem with most poetry is that it is either subjective or objective’. At first this seems crazy. Surely it has to be one or the other? But, what he … Continue reading

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The barely noticed kiss:

A downy feather, Drifting slowly to the ground – Touch worth waiting for.

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Busy-ness:

Screams from the rooftops, The sound of returning swifts – Falling on deaf ears.

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Separation:

A single snowdrop, White petals in a green sea – Strangely camouflaged.

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Invitation:

A distant church bell, Sends out its invitation – Through the falling leaves.  

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Taken for granted:

Fallen apples lie, Balls of crispy, fresh sweetness – Grown invisible.  

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