standing on different shores
no one can look away
from the flood
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Good thoughts from these shores. I’m guessing you won’t mind me using your haiku (with author attribution) on Haiku NewZ with a link to your fundraising project?
Thanks Sandra, am more than happy for you to use the haiku on Haiku NewZ with a link to the project. Greatly appreciated!
ooo, lovely rhythm, great image!
standing on no shore
no one look away
out of flood
Hope all is well there Graham…have been watching the videos…really sad state of affairs…take care.
Keep them coming Graham. We need plenty of flood poetry and haiku as we help clean up. Cheers for this one. Andrew
Thanks Andrew… working on a longer poem as we speak.
Love this haiku Graham – so true – hard to look away and the floods are over such a great variety of areas that in a way, we are all looking from different shores.
Thanks Gabe… it’s true, no matter which shore we stand on at the moment, the flood holds our gaze. Great to see so many stories of hope arising out of the mess.
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