The weightless measure of things
Soffio di sale / Breath of salt / Un souffle de sel
Rosso di Cuore / The carmine of Heart / Le pourpre du Coeur
تلك الكلمات / Those translucent words
I cannot sleep the night through
Humanity stuck in throat (With Love only Creed)
What did you say your name was?
Hello Heartbreak my old friend
When youth and beauty did fade
As a closing, I would like to share with you that I always thought that what I wrote in the classical Haiku format which follows the 5-7-5 rule in writing every stanza was considered Haiku. A fellow blogger (FT Ledrew) alerted me to the fact that Haïkus only mentioned nature and that anything which included human emotions was rather called Senryu so I created a new section called Senryu where I will be adding those poems which are written in Haiku format but speaking of other than nature. I will perhaps still maintain some of the poems under the old label Haiku as it would take too much time to migrate all of the existing ones and some people actually told me they go straight to the Haiku section as they prefer reading short poems.
I also found out on browsing the web that actually the distinction is not so clear. Indeed, when there is a mix between references to nature and to human foibles, the poem could well be a Senryu and a Haiku. For more information on this topic I find fascinating please see http://startag.tripod.com/HkSenDiff.html
Besides some poems I write have one or more Haikus within them as well as one or more Senryus. I hope you enjoy the above.