Discarded

boxes

Haiku in response to Susi’s
IWH Haiku Challenge #7
(Picture interpretation)

#1

Piled haphazardly
Remains of a past life and
Empty promises

#2

Boxed in and alone
Enduring the emptiness
Accepting the loss

 

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I'm a long-time blogger that enjoys saying this, that, and the other thing about a variety of topics. My main blog is SayItNow.wordpress.com (discussions primarily related to religion and politics), but I invite you to also visit EscapeFromReligion.wordpress.com (a blog related to my book, "Things I Never Learned in Sunday School"--available through Amazon), ChasingTheMuses.wordpress.com (a blog where I demonstrate my creative side), ItsTime4Wine.wordpress.com (obviously, all about wine), and TheSpiritualPathway.wordpress.com (various thoughts on spirituality). My gravatar speaks to my core belief as expressed by Carl Sagan.
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5 Responses to Discarded

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  2. rawgod says:

    Very sad poems.
    Great word, haphazardly, Nan.
    The future beckons.

    Liked by 1 person

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