forgotten frost
I add a name back
to my contacts


7 Responses

  1. Kala Ramesh Says:


    Very nice ku.


  2. MaryJo Says:

    Thank you. Your haiku resonates. Very nice.

  3. Sheila Sondik Says:

    Reminded me of the magic and power of forgiveness. Thank you.

  4. sanjuktaa Says:

    Kala, Sheila Sondik, MaryJo … thank you so much for your apppreciation!

  5. Alan Summers Says:

    forgotten frost
    I add a name back
    to my contacts


    As humans we use the parallel language system of symbolism/allusion/metaphor, slang etc… We can also almost bring supernatural or natural forces to bear on others too of course! :-)

    We can "ghost" people if we have split up from a relationship, and we can bring "frost" to any conversation or friendship that no longer pleases us.

    Sometimes we lose a good or great friendship, and using the allegory of a natural phenomenon we create or endure the coldness of frost between two people.

    It's always a delight, if we can renew a friendship, and not lose something that might be a vital part of our lives.

    I hope 'forgotten' isn't a case of overlooking or actually 'overlooked' anything, and that all is forgiven, whoever's fault it might be. :-)


    night frost . . .
    each breath holds
    an owl's hoot

    Alan Summers
    Stardust Issue 20 – August 2018

  6. sanjuktaa Says:

    Thanks a ton for your valuable commentary, Alan! Means a lot!

  7. Alan Summers Says:

    I do love to read and re-read these poems and comment upon them, as they are worth it! :-)


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