Shining Memories

Haiku are some of my favorite poems. They’re tiny and can pack a lot of punch, kind of like fireflies and the magical light they bring.

 

common eastern (USA) firefly. Français : Photi...

Shining Memories

Tiny lightning bugs
glow like beacons, breaking dark,
in dreams of summer.

A special Carpe Diem prompt highlights a poem by Kyoshi Takahama. His poem was about fireflies that chase away the fears of the night. I tried to emulate his poem with my own haiku.

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About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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9 Responses to Shining Memories

  1. jazzbumpa says:

    very nice

    Cheers!
    JzB

  2. Poet Laundry says:

    Glowing like beacons…I like that!

  3. Very well composed haiku Gene. In some way your style of writing is interesting, I like the way you share and explain your thoughts and feelings on the haiku you share here with Carpe Diem. Thank you for being part of this haiku-community.

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  5. 4joyjoanne says:

    love the expression ‘breaking dark’….well-done

  6. I think you have created a haiku very well in the spirit of the original one.

  7. I love relation to dreams of summer.

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