ss_blog_claim=5555364cf3e98c39578eb4fbc35f307a ss_blog_claim=5555364cf3e98c39578eb4fbc35f307a

Friday, October 03, 2008

A Lover's Tale





early morning talks
a million word discussion
distance unites us

your touch is gentle

as you explore the layers

of my rhythmic heart


it wasn't enough
a glance...then i see you go

it just breaks my heart


a note to myself -
it's hard to be fabulous

when so much goes wrong


so stop denying

you love him and no one else
hearts can never lie



Happy Friday
everyone...wish you all a meaningful weekend!


Please don't forget to visit other people's wonderful haiku at A Mommy Story!



18 comments:

Southern Sage said...

wow
very good Mari, powerful!

Jennybean said...

Beautiful!

Chaggoholic.... said...

Hey loved the poem. Kp it comin dear.Happy Friday to u as well....

maggie's mind said...

Just loved this on so many levels. Beautiful but sad feeling too.

Rachael said...

Beautiful haiku this week!

Lilacspecs said...

Very touching.

Amanda said...

Wow, this really made me think of how I felt when I first met my boyfriend. Really good work!!!

Vinz aka Vinu said...

lovely lines..

~~a note to myself -
it's hard to be fabulous
when so much goes wrong~~

how true..!!

Cathy said...

Beautiful haiku! It makes me hope things work out. :)

Dreamwriter said...

What a beautiful poem! You are an amazing writer. :)

cacklinrose said...

fantastic.

Vixen said...

Very beautiful and haunting. Have a wonderful weekend.

Ashlie- Mommycosm said...

Wow, beautiful 'ku!

storyteller said...

You DO have a way with HAIKU ;--)
Sorry to have been a stranger this week, but I enjoyed all 5 posts just now and just wanted to say I’m glad you’re ‘blogging’ regularly again. Hope you’re having a delightful day.
Hugs and blessings,

Merelyme said...

Happy Friday to you too...hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Chiotas (Lithuania) said...

Very nice wish. You also good and enjoyable weekend.

kouji said...

lovely lines. :)

swampy said...

Just fluttered by to say hello. So glad I did. Your beautiful "hi-koo" was delightful. You must be a poet...did you know it?