Poetry Philosophy Reflections Essays
That the dreams of such children can come true--heaven here.
A very touching image.
Poignant and touching.
So poignant...playing for pleasing the moonAnd please do visit Poetry Train being run each Monday!
I like the Rumi-tint to this haiku - melancholy truth.
This is a very heart-full verse; difficult but not without hope. Thank you.
Edward, this brings to mind a 'make a wish' child and how he/she must feel upon returning to the hospital. Thank you...
One way or another---free!Wonderful haiku!
Edward, this poem does have a mystical quality to it; nicely woven with hope and despair.
..what does one say here-that i like this poem-that it's beautiful-that the pain gets across..don't know..thanks for sharing it..and wish u .. a very happy new year!..
Thank God for dreams. A good one, Edward.
Your haiku touches my heart. Cancer and children is such a painful image but to imagine their dreams and stardust makes it easier.
Hi Edward--...but since stardust is our basic matter, this is a comforting image...returning to the source.many thanks--lovely.
Reality with compassion and hope.(I'm an artist/writer who uses my art for healing. It's in hospitals, including cancer areas.)
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