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-for some strange reason I'm writing Haikus lately, tell me what you think as I need to channel my ideas productively through the right medium

I have only love,
For those not seen but have known,
High, noble ideals.

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The conscious shape reality.


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The following comments are for "I have only love"
by Furius

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I am new to Haikus but I know what I like when I read it. I liked this one. I have been following a few others that are trying Haikus.

( Posted by: kat [Member] On: April 6, 2002 )

hell of a haiku!
This is a very good poem. Let me be honest; I don't know exactly what a haiku is. But I like the simplicity and how well you chose the words of the piece. Also, the simple optimism of the poem goes a long ways toward making it have an impact. It's interesting how true optimism is not so much thinking that the world is good as it is valuing what is good in the world.

( Posted by: Seanspacey [Member] On: April 7, 2002 )

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I especially liked the "for those not seen but have known" line. I like it because it appears to be nonsense but after a couple second's thought, has a clear, intelligent meaning.

( Posted by: Seanspacey [Member] On: April 7, 2002 )





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