Words – Haiku 2022

Fallen tree as a bridge – Image credit: lina_m / Twenty20

the writer’s quiver

fallen trees in the forest—words

bridging idea chasms

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

22 thoughts on “Words – Haiku 2022

  1. The chasms are so deep,
    Extending long way down
    From the the top of the surface
    Deeply rooted and embedded
    And yet when a finely carved out pen begins to quiver
    It is moved to take a side.

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    1. Oh! I love your comment it is really a beautiful poem in its own right you know. Wonderfully penned. The last two lines —sublime;….
      “And yet when a finely carved out pen begins to quiver
      It is moved to take a side.”

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      1. Thank you Suzette 🙂
        Yes they are deep, one has to recognise that and then do.
        And so we read as each quivering pen begin to mark out their specific territory, and we can only hope that the deep rifts will heal.

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