Carpe Diem Haiku – Raven


let the ravens come
let them smile as they pick the flesh
from the battlefield

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what does
the raven
whisper to you?

image courtesy of  Irina Serban 

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17 thoughts on “Carpe Diem Haiku – Raven

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  3. this smiling raven poem is quite possibly the most powerful thing I’ve read in the haiku genre. will try to answer re carpe diem. doubt i’ll get anywhere close.

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  7. Really the horror of war.. yes very inspiring for a tan renga

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  11. This haiku has really powerful imagery bringing home the horror of war.

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  14. Very nice set of haiku … that first is really my favorite and I love to use it for one of our Tan Renga Challenges …

  15. The first one is deeply profound. And the second one has a touch of the romantic. Well done dearest ‘enemy’!

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