It's a Snap....
image by Mostafa HabibiFuture floatsIn front of a buried pastLet waves erase
Nice sentiment and said in an elegant way. Where ever did you find that second photo... did you take that? If so, WHERE is it. ha.
Oh, outstanding; not one word wasted.
Margaret-yes I did take the second photo - this past September we were in Edinburgh Scotland and there he was in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art not far from our B and B and you can see more pics here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/katheworsley/6132336264/in/set-72157627635451740enjoy! and thanks for your nice comments! Kathe W.
This was is so deep. nicely done.
So true, a haiku. Thank you!It seems Tess has been in Scotland too!
This is an excellent haiku. Great insight.
That's pretty deep, my friend!
Such wise words... beautiful.
Wow, however did you find that second photo? Blew me away for a minute.Love your haiku.Oh, I see you found him in Edinburgh, of all places. Whodathunkit? So you look at the prompt and think, oh yes, just like that guy in Edinburgh by the BnB.Well, I still say "wow"!Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
Dear Kathe: Synch! To find a matching sculpture piece is too too much! Love it! And so deep this haiku. Water does erase the past; oh YES!
I like it. There is only the here and now.
Great verse Kathe! Sets one thinking what could have been and what's in store. Utilizing the second pic is brilliant!Hank
Sometimes the present has to repeat itself, in order to show truth!thanks.
Perfect. The whole secret is in letting go ...
Truer words have not been spoken..and the second buried man...is this a trend??
Lyn- nope just synchronicity striking once again. I took the second photo in Edinburgh this past September!
Well haikued again, Kath.
nice i accept oh zen master...smiles...
Oh, yes! And they will.
I loved the last line especially. So nicely written. And thanks for the second photo!
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