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 Category:  Romance Poetry
  Posted: January 18, 2021      Views: 55

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JUNE SARGENT 

Happily married , proud mother of 2 - and grandmother of 2 lively grandsons. Love reading, writing, traveling, tracing family roots. Looking forward to learning and growing more as a writer.

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A Haibun for the Love Poem contest
"Petals in the Rain" by June Sargent
In the early morning mist, her tears do not feel wet on her cheeks. The spring breeze is gentle. Unlike the cherry blossoms that return faithfully in the spring - he did  not.

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with every tear
memories begin to bloom -
petals in the rain 

Love Poem writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write a love poem without using the words love, kiss, romance, soul,heart,boyfriend, girlfriend, husband wife or sexual terms.

Author Notes
The haibun is the combination of two poems: a prose poem and haiku. The form was popularized by the 17th century Japanese poet Matsuo Basho. Both the prose poem and haiku typically communicate with each other, though poets employ different strategies for this communication.

The prose poem usually describes a scene or moment in an objective manner. "I" isn't often used, if at all. Meanwhile, the haiku follows the typical rules for haiku.
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