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A Selection Of Haikus
(25th March 1943 / )

A Selection Of Haikus

Poem By Ernestine Northover

A moon is glowing,
Light of the night illuming.
Reflecting the sun.


A wind of change blows
Out across the world tonight
It disturbs mankind.


Stars in the cosmos,
Sparkling as diamonds so bright,
On a black background


Sunset of orange,
drifting below horizon,
exhibits a glow

© Ernestine Northover

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A nicely written collection of haiku's!
You have worked beautifully with nature to emit glorious colors and sparkling images. 10 Karin Anderson
My 10 in favor of life, color, and light. Joyful and cute. Lucidly composed. I love it.
Still one of my favourite forms of poetry, you've done such a fabulous job here. Everything Frank said and so beautiful too. Melvina
AAAAAAAAH...YOU'VE CAPTURED THE HEART OF A HAIKU TRADITIONALIST....SUPERIOR WORK...5-7-5....ALL IN LINE... EACH & ONE THEMED ON NATURE....SIMPLY ZEN-SATIONAL WORK...I NOW TAKE ONE SLOW STEP BACK....ARMS ON BACK & MID-CHEST & BETAKE AN OPENED BOW TO YOU, &YOUR FLAIR FOR THE CHALLEGE OF ABSOLUTE HAIKU...''''''''''''''FRANK


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