Haiku: Old Souls & Young Birds

…It’s the expertise of age, the longevity of learning, tidbits for the open heart of young. A little haiku and a digital art piece in blue. Let’s see how they unite me with you!

image of old branches in lake give refuge for young birds

old souls never die.
Branches in deep, moving blue,
refuge for young birds.

©Linda J. Wolff 2017

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Reservoir for Wolff Poetry and mentor for youth writing groups. Life motto: Everything you seek is in the stillness of one’s mind. The place between seconds, whispering of a song between sound.

6 thoughts on “Haiku: Old Souls & Young Birds

  1. Beathtaking! Thank you for liking my Mother’s Day poem “The Picture of Love”… your “like” led me to this beautiful Haiku, to which I relate so deeply!

      1. Just one more thought to share… the two people who posted a “like” on my poem were yourself and a fellow with the last name of Lenzi. Both of your last names have much meaning for me… his is a homonym for the place of my birth, and yours is a homonym for a species that I have always had a deep connection to. My essay, Wolves at Our Door, was one of my earliest offerings, here on WordPress (https://marinangeleo.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/wolves-at-our-door-2/). The Karmic wheel is often subtle, sometimes dismaying but, in the long run, never disappoints!
        Much respect,
        Laura

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