November 21, 2017 (haiku)


spring snowdrops
(now loam feeding worms)
winter’s memory


inspired by:

With Earth’s first Clay They did the Last Man’s knead,
And then of the Last Harvest sowed the Seed:
Yea, the first Morning of Creation wrote
What the Last Dawn of Reckoning shall read.

© Omar Khayyam (Tr. FitzGerald)

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11 thoughts on “November 21, 2017 (haiku)

        • It could make sense actually, but I’m wondering if you mean physically, if I had to keep up like when I began blogging, I think I’d just close the whole works down, there aren’t enough hours in the day to do that, and I get headaches trying to do it. So yes, it makes sense.

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          • Both actually. Although I prefer following CDHK for the learnings and spiritual growth…it is not always reflecting where I am these days…I am emotionally drained and just a word for a prompt would be enough but I cannot fit into the confines of any structure these days…enough of that where I work which has turned into a panoticon sweat shop.


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