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Oh isn't that the truth - good one Kouji!
Not for me LOL - I still want to roll around in them.
Like the leaves themselves! Wonderful work.
Nice one! it is sad if we outgrow the urge to play.
that's a sad little haiku!I'm a new fan of this blog. You can say so much with so few syllables!keep it up :)check out my poetry at http://poetrydiscovered.blogspot.com
Hello my friend. I love your Haiku poetry. What form are you using? This is Beloved Dreamer and I too love the sharp and clear meaning of Haiku.love-bd
another nice haiku...hey dude a request , would you like to check out my poems, some haikus too at http://butru.blogspot.com and please your comments will be highly appreciatedkeshav
thanks for the comment, janice thomson. :)True. I wouldn't mind rolling around in a pile of leaves myself. :)
thank for the comment, sandy carlson. :)True. Just like the leaves themselves. :)
Thanks for the comment, art and poetry. :)true. I hope I never reach the point where I no longer feel like I can play and be silly. :)
Thanks for the comment, Stephanie. :)And thanks for dropping by. I'll try to swing by your blog soon as well. :)
thanks for the comment, polona. :)I'm glad you like. :)
Thanks for the comment, Melanie. :)I go with three lines, at most 17 syllables, but under that possible. Thanks for visiting. :)
thanks for the comment, keshav. :)i'll try to swing by your blog soon. :)
go and play! :D
thanks for the comment, jeanie. :)no leafy piles here though. :) just soggy grass. :O
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