Haiku – Communication

They said they were fine.

The sudden thud and blubbering,

Mum would find out soon.

I have followed an awesome Haiku writer for quite some time now but I haven’t made a slot on my schedule to read beyond work material for about 9 months or more. YIKES!!! If…no when I find their page I’ll insert it here (https://trashcanbard.wordpress.com).

Why do I like a Haiku or few? They encourage deeper thinking and sometimes elicit emotions. Subjective interpretation. Overall, Haikus are great additions to your daily reading as life becomes more robotic. 🙂

Copyright Teherah Wheeler (©) 2020 All rights reserved.

Pic from: pikisuperstar

All the best

Teherah xXx

Published by Teherah

Teherah started her career as a Children's Leisure Instructor then went on to work for several charity and council organisations including centres for young people with complex needs. The former experiences propelled the change from play work to teaching assisting and healthcare, which perpetuated her fascination with language and additional needs. Teherah appreciates most creative forms: literature, art, music, and dance.

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