time to leave this behind school haiku poem

the questions, they haunt
could i have done more? read more?
they do me no good


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10 comments:

  1. I am very glad that I stopped by your Haiku site. I love writing Haikus and yours are very good. So many people do not keep to the 575 form that I love. Well done my friend.

    love-bd

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  2. There's no way to know, is there? Nice work!

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  3. thanks for the kind words, bd. :)

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  4. and without questions, progress slows. that is true. thanks for the comment, gautami tripathy. :)

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  5. i guess not. thanks, tumblewords. :)

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  6. You've opened a can of worms here, but it is good to make people think. And yeah, questions do haunt! I never thought of them like that before.

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  7. thanks for the comment, sweet talking guy. :)

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  8. Answers sometimes hurt more. Truth or lies can be equally devasting.
    Which is why I'm always anazed at how much can be said, or at least implied in such a small amount of words.

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  9. thanks for the comment, stan ski. :)

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