Haiku

Black Ink

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Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary(@carrie-oleary)
2 years ago

I find this quite poignant. For us as authors the ink and the paper are true gifts for us to create words. For many people over the years a simple pen and paper has been used to craft letters for love or apology. So many uses for something so simple.

Eric Radcliffe
Eric Radcliffe(@eric-radcliffe)
2 years ago

Very thoughtful Fuji, I think of an Ink Well – full of words just waiting to be born – Thank you for this Haiku.

Andrew Carter
Andrew Carter(@andrew-carter)
2 years ago

Hi Fuji, a well thought-out and simply beautiful poem as with previous comments. It brought back memories of working on fishing boats and having little money for gifts therefore, writing to my family on postcards. It also prompted thought about communicative shifts in time: etched stone then, reed brushes dipped… Read more »

Sandra James
Sandra James(@sandra-james)
2 years ago

Really lovely image, Fuji. You make me feel that even my rather messy handwriting is special… and I guess it is when the words penned come from the heart 🙂

Katy Bizi
Katy Bizi(@katy-bizi)
1 year ago

You can tell that you chose every word carefully so a spectacular haiku could be created. Good job!

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