Sunday, September 11, 2016

1957


[image from Pinterest]

where candles flicker
shock and horror visited -
hearts weep for lost ones

fifteen years ago
the face of history changed -
World Trade center bombed

mornings reoccur -
peace questions the wildflowers
striving without care

© gillena cox 2016


Revisit
Sunday savvy
haiku friends e-chat ~
a cup of tea
Sunday Savvy 1

nine eleven
only love forges futures -
Sunday savvy
Sunday Savvy 5

warmth of sun -
my companions
songs of birds
Sunday Lime 1

Welcome to the first Episode of The Sunday Standard. In these sessions new haiku written will
follow the go schichi go or 5-7-5 syllable count and will appear in three lines

today, Sunday Smiles are smiles of hope




Sundays are always special here at Lunch Break. Today is #01 in the series The Sunday Standard. Here's wishing YOU a Happy Sunday email me post a COMMENT or leave a link to your blog at the linky below



Blog hopping today at
Poetry Pantry #319


AND

Recuerda Mi Corazon haiku my heart - let there be love


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my song of choice for today

37 comments:

Anonymous said...

peace questions the wildflowers
striving without care... beautiful.

Gillena Cox said...

Thank you Thotpurge

much love...

Jae Rose said...

I love the thought of those wildflowers pushing through the rubble and ashes - as we must too

gillena cox said...

Thank you for your appreciation Jae

Much love...

Loco mente said...

Let's pray for unity and peace!

Diane Mayr said...

I'm not so hopeful today, but I do wish for peace and justice. Thanks for the Nat King Cole song. He's a favorite.

Mary said...

Thanks for this remembrance of 9/11, Gillena. Indeed the face of history changed on that day & hearts still weep....but thankfully the mornings DO continue to reoccur.

SuyashJ said...

A day of sombre remembrances. Nicely written :)

brudberg said...

So much has happened since... such a parting of ways... no it will never be the same again. Yet the birds sing as before.

Sanaa Rizvi said...

Prayers for unity, love and peace.. Amen.

Truedessa said...

The day of change, we can hope in the next 15 years the world will get better, but sadly i am doubtful. So much loss that day! Thank you for remembering!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Thanks for paying tribute to this day of remembrance, Gillena.

Bill said...

wind off the harbor
waiting for the dawn

hervoice-mywrites.blogspot.com said...

peace questions the wildflowers
striving without care

-- these are such profound, powerful lines.

A wonderful tribute to a day that has changed history.

totomai said...

The wildflower haiku is my favorite. Poignant. Well-written, Gillena

My name is Erika. said...

I love you tribute poem for 9/11. What a terrible day that was. I remember it like it was yesterday. I wish the world was a safer more secure place. Maybe we just need to acceptance and love of others. Hope all is well. Hugs-erika

Magaly Guerrero said...

The first two haiku made me sigh and reach for my heart... The last one make my heart warm with hope. Things will get better. We can (will!) make it so. ♥

Marit said...

The whole world remembers that day... great haikus! Love from the Netherlands

gillena cox said...

Indeed Satya

Much love...

gillena cox said...

I understand Diane. Thanks for dropping in and linking up

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gillena cox said...

Happy you dropped by Mary

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gillena cox said...

Thanks for dropping in Suyash

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gillena cox said...

Thanks for dropping in Björn

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gillena cox said...

Amen Sanaa

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gillena cox said...

Happy you dropped in Truedessa

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gillena cox said...

Thank you for dripping in Sherry

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gillena cox said...

Thanks for sharing a verse Bill

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gillena cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Voice

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gillena cox said...

Thanks Totomai

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gillena cox said...

Happy you dropped in Erika, hope can keep hearts alive to love.

Much love...

gillena cox said...

Thanks Magaly

Much love...

gillena cox said...

Thanks for dropping in Marit

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rebecca said...

we can learn so much from the peace of flowers.

Gillena Cox said...

Surely Rebecca; happy you dropped in

much love...

Ramesh Sood said...

I am so happy to be back here after a long time.. Thanks for the treat..

Visit me too.. It feels good..

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping by Ramesh, will visit

much love...

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