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Friday, September 19, 2008

Can You Hear It?




what is going on?
just when hatred shouts out loud
love softly whispers...


Happy Friday everyone...

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15 comments:

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

Wow... this could SO express the atmosphere in the States right now, although I'm guessing it had a more personal meaning. Lovely haiku!

Suze said...

Have a great weekend!

The Clandestine Samurai said...

But then the question is, is the whisper potent enough to conquer the hate?

Grey said...

Hey how are you ? how is your health now?

brocasarea said...

happy weekend:)

Patsy said...

Well said. Have a good,no, make that a great weekend. :)

maggies mind said...

Oh, this is excellent. Just love this haiku and can think of so many ways it can apply. Nicely done!

Jenn in Holland said...

Yes, it does. We have to pay attention to the softer sounds...

Wellness Writer said...

Loved the haiku. Just wanted to say hi and hope you're doing well!

Susan

storyteller said...

Thank you … I’m struggling to remember this truth myself today.
Hugs and blessings,

thailandchani said...

Now this is a good one! Usually I'm not big on poetry.. but this one is particularly appropriate!


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Mukul said...

when the love smiles
hatred would have to go
you shall find the world a swirl of
rainbow
when
someone you love
tell you
I love you so

world is a beautiful place
ask me
I know.....
mukul

Mukul said...

when the love smiles
hatred would have to go
you shall find the world a swirl of
rainbow
when
someone you love
tell you
I love you so

world is a beautiful place
ask me
I know.....
mukul

Mukul said...

sorry
i submitted comments twice
please let one of them go
unless you feel like telling your heart
someone said it once
and for added effect
said
look !
I told you so
Mukul

Mariposa said...

Mukul, thank you very much! It's beautiful...I'm leaving it there...so it feels like you were reading them to me after you wrote them. :)