Carpe Diem #364 – Yaroslavsky Terminal (Aleph)

Credits: Yaroslavsky Terminal Moscow

Whistles cry “It’s time”

Fame’s gifts await my presence

soft notes stir the past

 

For Carpe Diem #364 – Yaroslavsky Terminal. This is where Paulo Coelho begins his journey in his novel, “Aleph.” Head on over to Carpe Diem and check out this month’s theme; join in the fun if you feel like it!

Hope you enjoy.

Happy Reading and Writing!

J. Milburn

 

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11 thoughts on “Carpe Diem #364 – Yaroslavsky Terminal (Aleph)

  1. A nice attempt fellow 🙂

  2. Love the last line 🙂 I did a haibunny wunny

  3. Awesome haiku Jeremy … very much in tune with the prompt

  4. magicalmysticalteacher

    There are times, however, when I wish the past would remain unstirred…

  5. Wow, whistles crying, that evokes such fabulous visions.
    Ciao
    Pea

  6. A great departure atmosphere with the wistles.

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