Sunday, November 6, 2011

Haiku-Mystery

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The Sun and the Moon,
met and parted soon, leaving
a mystery tune.
.
A love mystery,
survives after five frosts,
pleats of dreams unfold.
.
Emotions rise and fall,
Life is a mystery tour,
time and space tell all.
.
Where is love hiding?
Passion is a mystery,
It burns in poetry.
.
Her heart bursts in light
when he unveils mystery,
in making things right.
.
Nothing is fixed,
Be ready when asked to
let mystery go.
.




21 comments:

  1. Nothing is fixed... but everything is perfect.

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  2. interesting musing on what makes a mystery.

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  3. Life is a mystery tour... Yes!
    I so enjoy coming here and reading you, I'm here even when I don't comment. You inspire me. :-)

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  4. Some excellent takes on mystery there.

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  5. ahhhhh, how is it that so often we dismiss the mysteries of life when they give such glitter to our lives. Lovely poem. hugs, pat

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  6. Early Morning mysteries kept one mystified. Enjoyed them. Great haiku!

    Hank

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  7. Lovely blog. Thanks for visiting mine.

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  8. what a nice haiku suite, very well done.

    mysterious love
    moon, stars and the sun
    on autumn's dawn

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  9. Yes, passion burns through poetry!!! Great words! :-)

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  10. A nice mystery series!! Liked them all but
    "Where is love hiding?
    Passion is a mystery,
    It burns in poetry."
    This is an excellent haiku!!

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  11. Very intriguing twist to everyday moments.I really like the way you have looked beyond the obvious here.

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  12. Well now...this is quite good and I have been wrapping my head around this little gem:

    "A love mystery,
    survives after five frosts,
    pleats of dreams unfold"

    Lot's of possibilities for me to try to decipher. VB

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  13. A mystery is a gift. Challenging, teasing, begging to be explored. I loved this, and I'm glad you visited my blog so I could come here and read your work! Peace, Amy Barlow Liberatore
    http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/11/01/skin-like-a-cloak/

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  14. Interesting set of Haiku. All things are a mystery. Someday we will see clearly.


    Melanie

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  15. Wow!
    Scooby doo, mystery van, you just made me visit old days.

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  16. where is love hiding?
    nice lines..

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  17. love the line "pleats of dreams unfold".

    Wonderful!

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