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A Sigh (Haiku)

by Mary -BrytEyz- Ball (Age: 44)
copyright 04-16-2006


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Echoes throughout time
Heard when list'ning to me breathe
Escape in a sigh

(Inspired by Irina Guschina's poem "ECHO")






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        10-27-2006     Mary -BrytEyz- Ball        

So much said when nothing is
So much heard in the silence of a sigh
Nothing's here though something is
The emptiness causing my tears to cry

Sometimes... I laugh...
Sometimes I sigh

Thank you all for reading, and Richard... for your heartfelt comments always. THANK YOU!

        10-23-2006     Richard Reed Jr        

Very vivid picture
and good job sticking to the Japanese rules

Mary peeks
through her dreams
above the world

Rich

        05-02-2006     Jackie Edwards        

Excellent! You stuck to the 5-7-5 rhyming meter perfectly. :) And it is a good subject for a haiku. Haiku are some of my favorite poems to read. Nice job!

        04-29-2006     Irina Guschina        

What a lovely poem, Mary!
I was reading with tears…Your haiku is a deep sigh of love! You are right, “Escape in a sigh”! Always and forever! What is more important in love? A sigh! Because just a sigh can express all we have inside us when we are in love…

I am so proud you are inspired by my work! Your poem is very appreciated by me! Thank you, my friend! Your poem is a great gift from you to my heart! I will never forget this fond haiku!
Fondly, Irina.


        04-18-2006     Daniel R Patton        

Yes, David, your right and this is inspiration breathing inspiration good job Mary, THANKS DANIEL

        04-16-2006     David Pekrul        

We all inspire each other in one way or another. You have been inspired by one of our best and it shows. This is a nice follow-up of Irina's haiku.



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