Haiku From Faith To Wraith After Yosano Akiko - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
Doubt sapped past powers
when I lost faith, to wraiths swift
faded fair flowers.
Fast passing hours
read dread, grief sped, breached hope, rift
Kismet's bliss bowers'
enjoyment destroyed, adrift,
dissolve in showers.
gift to tiff miffed, short shrift
given, spendthrift self-devours.
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(3 December 1995 revised 29 July 2013)
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