Day of the Dead

cemetery pines

whispering among the needles

the gentlest of songs

Margaret Dornaus, poet, writer, and teacher, as well as haiku-doodler in her own words, has put together for the third year running a wonderfully moving collection celebrating the Day of the Dead, also known in Catholic circles as All Saints’ Day. It is a privilege and a treat to be included in it, as well as to read poems by several poet friends from all over the world who answered Margaret’s call.

Visit her post and read the poems. There is a tanka I particularly like, written by Margaret for Hortensia Anderson. I love the thought in it: now Hortensia is dead, Margaret can only know her through the scent of her blooms, her poems.

Happy Halloween!

 

 

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  1. Thank you, Stella, for your wonderful poems and participation in my Day of the Dead post! I, too, think it turned out well . . . and am grateful for the many voices I was able to share. All best, Margaret

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