full moon
a path across the river
only one may walk


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  1. Alan Summers Says:

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  2. Alan Summers Says:

    full moon
    a path across the river
    only one may walk


    Delightful! Thank you.

    kindest regards,


  3. Norah Johnson Says:

    Lovely. So visual and emotive.

  4. Iris Says:

    full of contents

  5. haikuapprentice Says:

    Welcome Vera, and congratulations for your first publication on Tinywords.

    Very evocative verse. And I really enjoy when poets play so thoughtfully with the traditional form. Instead of 5-7-5 your haiku is 2-7-5. Perhaps this is a deliberate abbreviation of the first line, to manifest precisely the sense of "missing" which the lonely walk across the river seems to suggest.

    I look forward to hopefully reading more of your work in the future.


  6. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    How lovely.


  7. hammerandtongs Says:

    The moon is full.
    There is a path across the river.
    Why is it that 'only one may walk?'
    Or does the reflection of moonlight create 'a path across the river?'
    A most mysterious haiku.

  8. Obat Batu Empedu Says:

    why content is so little?

  9. Obat Batu Empedu Says:

    Nice Information

  10. Mojde Says:

    Very true!
    Very nice!

    I will become whole,
    To cross this river!

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