Original Poetry by Leona J. Atkinson ©2014
(graphic from clker.com)
Three times today the word “busy” came up as I attempted to have conversations with different people. This prompted me to ponder upon why we are all so busy that we seemingly have no time to stop and take a few minutes for a friendly chat. Thus this poem was written to share my frustrations.
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Original Poetry and Photography by Leona J. Atkinson ©2014
As the trees shed their leaves, let us also shed our anxieties, fears, grudges, or any negative thoughts
that might be keeping us from moving forward into a new season.
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge–Week #35–Prompt: Release
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