Senryu Forty One

Words lost on my tongue
Passion drained from my being
Death didn’t leave a song

© 2011 Michael Yost

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41 responses to “Senryu Forty One

  1. another sad one Boo
    Death often leaves me singing though 🙂 Happy to see you back xxxx

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  2. That should be my “poem”. Wouldn’t want to be comparing myself to Poe!!

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  3. What a terrible pity. The ultimate good-bye is hard to surmount!

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  4. I guess we each cope with death of a loved one in our own ways and it’s all different in different cultures too. Very nice verse from you Mr Boo.

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  5. Sad but absorbing

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  6. Michael, Loved it! And death doesn’t sing, does it? Here’s my offering for the week: http://terri0729.wordpress.com/2011/08/29/soul-kiss/
    Peae 🙂

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  7. sadness, death and love combined in one little poem, lovely.

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  8. A sad but lovely poem.
    Thanks for a great read.

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  9. are you frustrated?
    powerful expression,

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  10. you made me think boo.. nice! thank you for sharing this. my entry: http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2009/11/24/fluttering-in-an-envelope/

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  11. Melancholy mood exhibited so succinctly

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  12. Most of you are so sad. Is there no joy in a kiss?

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  13. tomorrow will be a cheerful day.

    🙂

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  14. No. Death never does.

    Lost a dear old friend yesterday. Sad.

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  15. This is sad and also very good. I am happy you shared this my entry for this week is http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/08/29/the-one-and-only-kiss

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  16. Why is death so selfish… I like this Michael.

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  17. spoken straight from my own heart. beautiful, Michael.

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