Today is the last day of this wonderful challenge at Rajani’s. And we are ending it with a Jisei, Japanese poem about death. I choose to write the Jisei in cherita form.
these silver clouds
hide the flow of my tears
O empty soul
how life’s changing scenes
to abate this grief
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Beautiful cherita.. thanks so much for sharing with Micropoetry Month. It has been great having your poems all month!
It was a pleasure being part of the fun Rajani 🙂
Thank you Hamish. 🙂
Sumana Roy said:
Beautifully put. Love your title, Celestine.
Sumana, thank you. 🙂
Such a beautiful cherita, Celestine!
… unknown linings,
still to discover,
on the other side
Lovely response, my dear. 🙂
Too many deaths to remember… This month alone three (and those are just relatives). But I try and remember their ‘light’
Every time an obit shows of someone famous… I think of when I first saw that actor (or writer, artist)… and I think I am getting old.
But I try and remember their ‘light’
Thank you for all your visits. My post today was a Naani series you might enjoy:
LIGHT; Gleaned Gleaming
Always the light. 🙂
Eric Alagan said:
Lovely contribution 🙂