Tanka and other short form poetry
Some feelings are too deep for mere words. I completely identify with this, Paul. So beautifully put, dear friend.
Thank you Kristin, I am blessed by your words.
Paul your Tanka paints deep emotions - my dad passed away in May - silence unlocks the door of beautiful memories. i enjoyed your sharing.Haiku_father died todayas i close my eyesmy tears wave good-byeDavid in Maine USA
Hi David,thanks for dropping by and sharing your own haiku.Yes silence has a wonderful way of unlocking doors and opening up new avenues.One of the reasons I enjoy short-form poetry is that they allow so much space/silence within for the poet/reader to explore in their own time.
Liked this, Paul :)its so straightforwardly put that it conveys the feelings quite well, wishes, devika
I can identify so much with this - three years on, I still find the words inadequate.
Hi Devika & Dave, thank you for your time and comments, it is always good to hear when a poem has spoken.
Paul...I hope that you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. God bless,Kristin
Thank you Kristin, yet again your heart shines through.
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