Haiku Horizons, Show

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Scared, fetal show, curl

no support, worried, nerve wounds

The blame is off me.

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(How could I learn to jump if everyone told me I could not fly?)

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Show-off, smirk, liar

evil, petty, star, money

No heart, cold as ice.

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(What is the meaning of success to you?)

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Trying to leave you

Show me how, pink butterfly

So weak from drama.

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Life is not easy, both parties need to try, weakened by drama. Help each other out.

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5 thoughts on “Haiku Horizons, Show

  1. I like these poems. But I especially like this line you embedded among them:

    “(How could I learn to jump if everyone told me I could not fly?)”
    Astute.

    I appreciated the idea of being worn out by drama and liked this haiku best:

    “Trying to leave you
    Show me how, pink butterfly
    So weak from drama.”

    I found your image of the “pink butterfly” vivid.

    Nice post. Stay warm.
    Alice

    Like

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