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  1. I assume you were at the station while writing this?

    1. Omo

      Not really. I was thinking- :)

  2. It’s so nice. I’m looking at the far end to see the train coming. Literally, there’s a little anxiety to know what’s to come. And waiting between the space of time but in safe sorrounding. :)

    1. Omo

      What if- you read those line and compare with human life? ;)

      1. Yup, I’m trying to compare with human life. Something like an expectation. Like missing something before that and not wanting to lose the next one to come. That’s my interpretation. It’s quite subjective. Well, we have the freedom to interprete. You aren’t going to bite if I said wrongly!

        The poet knows well what’s being conveyed. The reader can interprete in many ways. Mine’s not an exception. :)

        But I guess, I get the gist of it. :)

      2. Omo

        I guess poetry has no correct or wrong interpretation! :)

        Writer does his job from some vision or mission- readers get what they understand from it. If all of ’em get some gist from it- may be it’s a good one! ;)

        When I try to be a writer never think about it but as a reader sometimes I like to put a mask or magnify the wording!

        Life is the space between birth and death- space between two line. If you think stone as the hard time they turn our life into something good- most of the time. And life moving forward with events- when dust settle we waiting for the next! ;)

      3. Oh, that’s a great explanation! You make me see the clearer picture of it. As I said, the poet knows best. :) I was trying to figure out the two lines but in the end had no idea. How true it is between the space of life and death. The connotations play a dramatic part in making this Haiku beautiful. It makes a good read when pondered deeply for meanings closest to it. Congrats to you! :)

      4. kitty

        Moon ! should I start reading between the lines ? :D

  3. kitty

    You’ve started expressing everything in haiku :) Nice !

    1. Omo

      Hahaha- tons of expressions/words still remaining! Thank you! ;)

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