Haiku - The Fall Of Two Hundred Years

Poem By john tiong chunghoo

after the whirring sound
two hundred years tumble, crush
through all the years in the way

after the whirring sound
two hundred years crush seething
a thousand leaf of curses

or

sinful
two hundred years crush
through the trees

Comments about Haiku - The Fall Of Two Hundred Years

We need to save our forests! Nicely written. Causes reader to ponder.


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