something so well formed
should never shatter to shards–
glass that cuts my palms
I thought of a beautiful Christmas ornament.
Thanks–that was what I was thinking of too–seasonal pain for haiku heights 😉
Yes–beauty with an OUCH!
I definitely felt that.
Was a definite ouch. How else do you write a haiku who subject should be inspired by “pain?”
Yes re the ‘ouch’! Thanks for accepting invitation to the romance novel blog. I am still trying to figure out how I could still have 60 followers when I have made it private!
hmmm–maybe they followed it before you made it private? Not sure how that works…
This haiku of yours is brilliant and wonderful. 🙂
Charlie–thanks. Beauty can cut…sometimes.
Yes…I agree…but beauty can also be fashioned with ugliness as well. 🙂
🙂 My new blog will be posted up today.
You will be blown away from what your going to read from me next. 🙂
I was blown away last time so can’t wait.
🙂 I can’t wait either. 🙂
Asante sana, Noel 😉
Poignant and well written, Susan. 🙂
Celestine, you are so wonderful to say so!
A beautiful imagery !!!
very nice, I could see the blood oozing out!
ow! Thank you 😉
The pain of losing something ‘so well formed’ may last longer than the pain of the cut! Your words are also ‘so well formed’ as always!
Oh, thank you so much for saying so!
Had me running for a tourniquet. Nicely crafted.
Thank you. I assure you the bleeding was purely emotional 😉
What shatters? Mirrors, ornaments, windows, times, illusions. The palm’s lines can change, and the future. Ouch, indeed.
Susan–wonderfully incisive comment. Thank you!
so many things i can think of.. wonderful haiku.. 🙂
Riddle Of Hearts
Oh, thank you–also thanks for following my page!
Everything hinges on “should,” doesn’t it?
Lady of Sorrows
It does. It really, really does.
Ouch. It brings to mind a scene from a short I wrote last winter.
Oh, can you post a link here–would love to read it.
Ouch…that is painful indeed ~ Good one ~
I pictured the glass shards as tears…
Just this morning I happened to break a beautiful glass bowl, which shattered into a million shards. So I know exactly what you mean. Beauty that cuts a jagged edge.
Oh, my. Yes, that’s it exactly! Hope you did not cut yourself.
Perfectly put… just brilliant!!
Oh, thank you!
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