Chasing the Muses

Where are we going today?



In response to Susi’s
IWH Weekly Haiku/Senryu Challenge #35
(Picture interpretation)

Always beckoning
The desire to reach the top
What goes up comes down

Comments/impressions always welcome.

Author: Nan

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

8 thoughts on “Inevitable

  1. Not a Haiku, but this thought comes to mind, “Gimme back my wallet you SOB! I’ll not stop hounding you until you do!”


  2. Your Haiku is superb, BTW. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Always reaching for the best, and then we might lose. Great thought, Nan!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Not a comment about the meaning of your haiku, just the words.
    There are many bodies on Everest that went up, but will never come down. Frozen, they won’t even decay. How long before Everest will erode into a plain? That is the definition of “must.”


    • I can always count on you to see the “other side” of things. 😀

      In any event … good point about the climbers.


      • It’s an ability I sometimes wish I didn’t have. It started as always seeing the good in people, no matter how hurtful they really were. But Trump showed me there are people who do not have a good side to them, no matter where you look. Now I wish I were blind…
        But who would rock the boat, or stir the pot? Might as well be me, I can handle being outcast.


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