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Snowflakes sooth my soul,
While silent seeds of spring drink
–SnuggledÂ beneath death.
Love this, especially ‘the silent seeds of spring’
Glad you like it. Haikus are so much fun to write.
I like the aliteration, and the contrasts. Well crafted and gentle on the ears.
Your sorrow and hope are both palpable. Your Haiku is a great ode to the cycle of life.
This piece is absolutely lovely and a most enchanting way of expressing the eternal truth that life surely does triumph over death.
The title had me hooked and you had a brilliant play with the imagery there. Nicely done, congratulation on the completion of assignment number 1
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