Eufemia Griffo’s Frozen Leaves
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It has been wonderful to read his deep words and other haijin’s comments.
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” Frozen leaves” has been published in Hedgerow #122, 2017 edited by Caroline Skanne.
a deep silence
© Eufemia Griffo (Italy)
(Hedgerow #122, 2017)
For me, this haiku indicates that if we become able to see things from positive a perspective, evil will not remain in our inner self. The “frozen leaves” here stand for a thought process, “silence” stands for the state of tranquility, and “within” is infinity. A portrait of realisation in short.
– Manoj Sharma (Nepal)
There is a beautiful comparison in this haiku. Frozen leaves, where molecular activity has ceased. I can imagine such a deep state of meditation, a state of peace, where not a single thought passes through. Nice assonance in the words too.
– Martha Magenta (UK)
Frozen leaves indicate the lack of movement, motivation, and enthusiasm that makes them less active but not dead. It may be hibernation time where physically there is no activity, but spiritually and mentally, life is fully…
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