Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Revisit Pages

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revisit pages
scribbled with vigor of youth
learn to live again

learn to live again
dream castles under the sun
look at the mirror

look at the mirror
and you smile back at yourself
revisit pages


This Haiku is shared with Sensational Haiku Wednesday and the Prompt is Revisit.




32 comments:

  1. smile is infectious, I am smiling too!

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  2. Nostalgic bliss! Beautiful series of haiku! :)

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  3. Wonderful imagery... I thought you were with the Small Stones writers. I love haiku too. :-)
    I've been writing my small stones on my blogspot blog.
    http://positivekismet.blogspot.com/2013/01/musings-trust.html
    Eliz

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    1. Thanks Eliz ... I just started writing small stones a few days ago :-) Thanks for visiting :-)

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  4. looking at the mirror and smiling at myself in a little while...as always your words brought a smile and gladness to this heart :)

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  5. I do that often....thanks on building up the belief that i am not crazy to do so :P

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    1. I do it too ... helps me reduce stress :-)

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  6. I love this...beauty in retrospection.

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  7. There is a lot to be gained by revisiting old pages, I think. Sometimes, even if they are one's own words, one finds new things there to savor......after a few years.

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    1. I totally agree ... old pages does help us walk towards a new life :-)

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  8. Sometimes a walk down the memory lane brings you face to face with the hidden you. Nicely crafted Haiku:)

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  9. Very nice. My favorite line is "dream castles under the sun".

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  10. An excellent trilogy. Liked the last best.

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    1. Revisiting is necessary at times :-)

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  12. Well done, Green Speck. I really love your set of Haiku or is it Naisaiku???
    Kudos my friend.
    hugs
    shakira

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    1. Thanks Shakira ... I have never attempted a Naisaiku, but I guess one of these days I might try it :-)

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  13. but my mirror brings back my age, i'd rather just look at the pages...
    thoughtful haiku!

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