Friday, 22 May 2009

Haiku in English(3)

(photo) early summer flowers, in Matsudo, Chiba prefecture, Japan

Father's Day
somewhere in the crematorium
there is a rose

John Parsons
Bungay, U.K

■I'm impressed by a rose. I think this rose is red. People place a white rose on their Father's grave in Father's day. But in this case, there is a rose somewhere in the crematorium. I think the author wants to make a rose symbolize the Father's life. A red rose means passion and love. His life could be full of passion and love too. Mybe the author imagine the scene in Father's Day, remenbering his father.

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