Carpe Diem Haiku – Tomorrow

bunker

 

Civilians rest in peace

While he tosses in his bunker

Unaware if he has a tomorrow

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18 thoughts on “Carpe Diem Haiku – Tomorrow

    • Oh, you can try Haiku in open:) You may use the traditional form of three lines and 5-7-5 syllables or the modern form..I don’t follow traditional form…and thank you so much for the bookmark:)

  1. Oh I just love this one, love it – it really speaks to me personally. Love it also as it has resonances of one I did about ho chi minh,not similar, jut tiny echoes. This one was masterful though. I feel like I really understood it personally – and your depth and breadth as a poet is something I appreciate very much – you ain’t a poet or hajin fixated on love, or nature, you go places with your words, and I like that very much.

    • The military and the militant – one fighting for the country and the other for a cause..both do not know if they will see the sunlight..the thought inspired this poem..and thank you so much for the kind words. You are very generous with appreciation..

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