scattered leaves —
two guitar picks
on the blues man’s headstone


8 Responses

  1. Kathabela Wilson Says:

    So much suggested in this one, I love it. I immediately imagined leaves the shape of a guitar pick. Also the “two” is suggestive… he is not alone, a duet… of hearts… (the one who is looking?) The “headstone” is not seen till the end, and it gives the scene a deep feeling and one reads again, viewing the complete, evocative picture.

  2. dirkvannouhuys Says:

    Lovely, moving, and I also admire Wilson’s comment above.

  3. Barbara A Taylor Says:

    g'day Charles

    This is a very emotive poem. Speaks to me so well.

    peace and love

  4. Billie Wilson/Juneau, Alaska Says:

    This is a beautiful and very moving haiku. Intense depth that just keeps resonating. Nice!!

  5. Kathabela Wilson Says:

    So much suggested in this one, I love it. I immediately imagined leaves the shape of a guitar pick. Also the “two” is suggestive… he is not alone, a duet… of hearts… (the one who is looking?) The “headstone” is not seen till the end, and it gives the scene a deep feeling and one reads again, viewing the complete, evocative picture.

  6. Dirk van Nouhuys Says:

    Lovely, moving, and I also admire Wilson’s comment above.

  7. Barbara A Taylor Says:

    g'day Charles

    This is a very emotive poem. Speaks to me so well.

    peace and love

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