Monday, November 16, 2009

1118 Spanish Haikus Comments

Rating: 5.0
Spanish is very similar to Latin (from which it is derived) and Italian consequently Spanish Haikus also have an excellent 'voice' due to the vowel endings. Again I included some literal translations into English.

SOLO Y CANSADO
PERO TRAS LA VENTANA

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John Knight
COMMENTS
M Asim Nehal 12 October 2015
Brilliant write....All haikus are fantastic the one which I liked the most is Dozens of pigeons Around a beggar An a piece of bread
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* Sunprincess * 03 May 2014
.........truly enjoyed these lovely writes...this is my favourite.... ~Little birds perched On the window-sill Watching the Ballerina ~
4 8 Reply
Lalitha iyer 17 January 2014
U have got the required image.................wonderful
3 7 Reply
Patrick A. Martin 30 November 2009
They are all great but my fav was the second one- I wrote a poem called Summer 1963 which probably explains that- It is amazing what can come out of three lines============10
4 9 Reply
Patti Masterman 16 November 2009
Wow, these are exquisite. I loved the explanation too. It's nice when a fellow poet takes extra time to explain things and it shows that he never takes his reader for granted. (smile)
3 8 Reply
Janell Cressman 16 November 2009
really amzing stuff John
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