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Angel kisses fall
a soft cold blanket which the
humans scrape away.


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The following comments are for "Haiku 1"
by Cybele

to Cybele
Succinct, to the point, and wonderful, depressing sense and truth.

Though, just a matter of form, I seem to recollect haikus don't have periods/full-stops at the end.

In fact, I think that'll allow the last thought to linger..especially in this poem.

8.

( Posted by: Furius [Member] On: February 13, 2003 )

Lost but loved it anyway.
I, for one, don't really know exactly what this poem is about, but it is a haiku that obviously has social meaning, and even "a feel." Better than I could eer do with them; probably my fault for always writing on inanimate subjects. Anyhow, I love the idea that I think is behind it, and the fact that I can actually say that this is a complete poem. Eight of ten.

( Posted by: The Recycled Avatar [Member] On: February 18, 2003 )

another good haiku
I like this. It's a sweet, original depiction of snow, and I, for one, am a little surprised at someone not understanding it immediately. Very evocative.

( Posted by: johnlibertus [Member] On: December 11, 2003 )





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