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Thursday, 8 November 2018

Reading fiction



Opened an old novel
Memories came alive
A dried-up rose!


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Disclaimer: I’m not calling it a haiku

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18 comments:

  1. My books, too, have an occasional rose, leaf, 4-leaf clover. But you are saying more here with the symbol of love to remember and preserve!

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    1. Thanks a ton for getting to the crux, the nerve and the soul of it, Susan:) Very happy that someone did:) I'm rewarded and awarded!

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    1. Glad you liked it, Sumana, thank you:) Regret my comment posting issue on your blog has not been addressed.. Kindly do something about it..I wish to say things which lodge up in spam or I don't know where:(

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  3. What a lovely haiku!!!
    Thanks for dropping by my blog Amit

    Much🇹🇹love

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    1. Glad you liked it Gillena:) Thank you:)
      Your poem is a delight..My pleasure:)

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    1. I beg to differ..That's what's in a dried up rose!
      Thank you for your continued support by way of your valued comments:)

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  5. Nice one, Thanks for the thought, memories great to have.

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    1. Thank you for liking my poem and the thought behind it, Elsie:)
      Glad:)

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    1. Your attestation means a lot, Sherry, thank you:) Glad:)

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  7. This is so romantic. A lovely poem.

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