waning moon
arranging flowers
in her mother’s hands

7 Responses

  1. robert manchester Says:

    I have asked you several times to remove me from this list. PLEAS DO IT!


  2. d. f. tweney Says:

    Hi Robert, I apologize that you've been having trouble getting removed. This is the first time I've seen a request from you. I have removed you from the mailing list now.

  3. Alan Summers Says:

    Dear Dylan,

    I am sure when Robert Manchester mentioned this elsewhere, that I guided him to top left to subscriptions where any of us can quietly unsubscribe.

    A shame, as this is a lovely and quietly inspiring website, deep bow to your good self and your editors.

    warm regards,

  4. parishaiku Says:

    Lovely and heartbreaking at the same time … beautiful.

  5. Magyar Says:

    __ Grand as ever Jean… my humble instant's echo. _m

    about this stone
    flowers whisper in the breeze
    the doves listen

  6. Janice Campell Says:

    An acquaintance wrote a book of poems about the passing of her mother-in-law entitled "Elder Moon." Your lovely haiku echoes this waning. Very beautiful.

  7. Maria Says:

    I lived inside this image; wonderful.

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