It's always a special day On Remberance Day, A feeling of pride for those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Well written Hank.Yvonne.
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They sure have significance way more than drugs now.
I remember in my school days we got paper poppies to pin to our blouses3 really interesting haikuyou are invited to Monday Writes #37much love...
The poppy's image is really extreme.
Very well written.
O wonderful haikus ! rajkumarmilan. wordpress. com
You make an interesting point; well done.
Tis true, they are more than drugs but a reminder of fallen soldiers especially for the month of November. Just like Gillena, for many years at school, we (students) bought paper poppies for the entire of November, all funds went to the surviving soldiers of World War I and II.
An interesting write .. Bastet
You combined the three prompts masterfully!
Could be a flashback to vietnam
Very nice take on this sober day.
Interesting thoughts. Thanks.=)
I miss those days we wore poppies on our dresses .. I watched our Veteran's Day parade this morning, with tears in my eyes. Brave soldiers, all.
So much said these haiku, Hank!! I kept bobbing my head the more I read and reread...well done on many levels.
Evokes the concept of the "fog of war." Nice!