Poem by: Bert Broomberg
nature, poetry, haiku
Submitted: January 27, 2013
Breathing woodland trees
Are embryonic lumber
For man's last coffin.
© Copyright 2016 Bert Broomberg. All rights reserved.
Very good. I know haiku's can be hard, and personally I tend not to like them. This one showed how beautiful a haiku can be however. I loved the contrast between the breathing trees and the breathless body. Keep it up.
If you have a chance I would love for you to critique my new short story. I will always return the favor. Thanks.
Thank you for your kind words. I hope my poem may have sparked a new interest in the haiku format.
I have never attempted this form of writing before; but you have captured the very essance of it with this piece!
Simple; elegant and thought provoking. Well done.
Thank you for your comment. The haiku is always a bit of a challenge and I know it's not everyone's cup of tea, so I am glad you liked it.
perfect Haiku, much said in few words.
I'm glad that you liked it. Thanks!
Excellent and thought provoking, keep writing!
Thank you for your comment. I do want to keep on writing.
So great, haiku when done right is beyond powerful.
If you look into any haiku theres some underlying truth and wisdom,
what you wrote was everything good about haiku.
Im glad i found your work
I'm pleased to hear you like my writing. I think the haiku can be great fun to read, but it can also be great fun to write. Thanks for your comment.
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