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The 25 Short Poems of Symbols/ By the Haiku's Flash

Poetry By: Carlet la Lovecraft
Poetry


The symbolism that in front of love and imagination such beauty of art.


Submitted:Nov 30, 2008    Reads: 55    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


The 25 Short Poems of Symbols/ By the Haiku's Flash

1

Fear? Slaps the flow

Of the birds through the huge

Three! Underneath I wait.

2

Those who are imaging yourself

Within me --welcome! Let beings pass to the light:

The cloudy light could not make rainbows!

3

Beneath the unhandsome dawn

The sun and the moon appear to isolated themselves

As I gaze up, lost.

4

Related? In this evening

Everything is cold:

Young sea-gulls are sleeping!

5

River and lands

After the shower with their

Minds and then their sense swallow it again!

6

Naked and hot

Alone I watch the moon in love.

And yet I sleep below.

7

In the face of all words

The smile still

An unenlightened dog's cell in vain!

8

As a solo black, white star

The lake-moon and the moon-lake

Hold up: A float cloud cry!

9

My soul does not move

As people's gaze

Throughout a night that has failed.

10

Day and day a star

Dies along the scarlet:

A heart follows by a flash.

11

Not knowing the answer in a rotten action:

I ask, "Where is my reply?

And where is my desire?"

12

Aware! Do not let them to see you

Sitting in a reflective position

On the Dock: Keeping your body moving.

13

When the leaves

Falling out themselves

From the tress, worthless breeze?

14

The view of the horizon

Sharpen through the dawn:

A ugly day?

15

On the point of a fresh emotion

I learned enough the lamp of humanity

And the sad road of its autumn dews.

16

Near the yellow gleans and the grains

When the abyss shell off

A certainly sunset remains!

17

People are walking

On one direction like a unicorn's shadow

I found it so weird.

18

A boldest ray of sun

In such desolation and yet in gloom

Is freezing all movements mine.

19

I'm the only one

Who have burled

Upon the bow, I am all smiles.

20

Whispering between the slots

And behind the East Mountain

A bunch of blossoms!

21

A child's smile

From the glories of a kiss

The Spring offers itself completely!

22

The age crosses the horsy sky

Enough to fall thoroughly

But it keeps to itself endless!

23

No part of this place is named mine

Racket with lanterns

But who are they under the moonlight's shadows?

24

A though like a golden eagle

Jumped ahead, enough to temple

My head away into the sea!

25

The river's sound still far away

Where I missed the right track toward

The old feeling?





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