last leaves –
his white breath dissolves
in the garden


6 Responses

  1. harrisfr Says:

    Love! Love! Love!

  2. Alan Summers Says:

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    last leaves –
    his white breath dissolves
    in the garden

    —BOUWE BROUWER

    I like the deft touch of negative space in the haiku. There's enough for the reader to develop their own story from the author's narrative.

    Quite a different haiku:

    Sirocco winds-
    the leaves spinning out
    of butterfly dreams

    Alan Summers
    pub. Scope 2014

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  3. Norman Darlington Says:

    Very nicely done, Bouwe!

  4. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Ah! This is so touching.

    marion,

  5. bouwebrouwer Says:

    Thanks everyone!

  6. superior paper Says:

    The spellings used in thesis writing must be written in the English of United Kingdom instead of United States. The English of United States is very informal to be used in the context of thesis writing and hence should be avoided.

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