PoetryClaire de lune
Haiku vol.1
  • One bright candlelight
    Has withstood the strongest storm.
    One day it is gone.

    In the universe,
    Full of stars, planets, and space,
    Life dies silently.

    Storm heavily whirls.
    Leaves are blown far and away,
    Leaving trees barren.

    One passed; you panicked.
    More and more passed, then one day
    You feel nothing, numb.

    Man had heart attack
    In a building full of men.
    Two years've gone, bones found.

    When we sleep, we die.
    Have you ever wondered why
    One fears of dying?

    A leaf falls from Tree,
    Early, helplessly, weakly,
    And joins the fallen.



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