A Group of Haiku

Eclipse

find the sun white
still blooming in the moonlight
a total eclipse

Heart

time’s up – I’m ready
you became my true happy
no place, only heart

Thirty Years

thirty years later
butterflies are still present
with every word said

 

NOTE: Haiku is a form of Japanese verse written in 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables.

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Renee Furlow is a seasoned writer and offers spiritually-based services as the “Unique-tivity Guide” on her blog where she shares her writings and reflections.  Currently, she has two short eBooks available on Amazon, with more planned and is writing her poetic memoir, due out September 2022. To find out more, visit her website.

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