Tag Archives: death

Free Verse by Robert Witmer

What is Death is Always the death of another The terrible taking away Of a loved one Or a total stranger A something or someone else However close you may come You are always Unceasingly, insistently alive Thriving or wasting … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Feb. 9, 2020

deep autumn walking barefoot on my mother’s grave Pamela A. Babusci  (USA) White Lotus, #9, 2009

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 26, 2020

funeral her first journey alone   Marta Chocilowska  (Poland) First Place 16th European Quarterly Kukai, December 2016

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 30, 2019

after his death . . . the clock on the mantel silent by Barbara Eaton (USA)

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 24, 2019

graveside service autumn leaves mingle with casket roses by Carole MacRury (USA), Author In the Company of Crows

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Daily Haiku: June 2, 2019

yard sale the rain easily filling my late father’s shoes     by John J. Dunphy (USA) Acorn, #14, 2005

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Daily Haiku: June 1, 2019

outlasting the last of his kin– a purple heart   by Carole MacRury (USA)

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