Renhai Reflections: A Measure

A Measure

A Renhai by Vaughn Seward (vs) & Janice Thomson (jt)

Veterans chat
outside the grocery store —
boxes of poppies. /jt

A cluster of large mushrooms — /vs
the World War ll movie ends. /jt

Military funeral —
the General's badges hang
a little heavier. /vs

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John McDonald said...

well done

Ralf Bröker said...

Between the lines I find the spirit of marching boots and drums - without any romantic idea but the knowledge of what had happened, happens and will happen. Good one.

Best wishes

Pamela said...

whew... a little heavier heart, too!

Devika said...

This was also too interesting for the astute observation in the third...that i haven't noticed it ever, makes it all the more :)

again, love the veterans chat beside poppies,


Janice -- again, I miss you "Drinking the Moon" Blog :)

Devika said...

** that i haven't noticed it ever, makes it all the more :)

I know I am not seeing the same general...but the haiku had a universal appeal to it :)


Masago said...

Thank you all!

Janice Thomson said...

My rather late thank you too.

Devika - the blog is back :)

voyance par mail said...

Great article as usual. A big thank you for all you us share.