“Fate” Haiku #28

“Fate” Haiku #28
By Jennifer Kiley
art by j. kiley
December Month of the Haiku 31 days 31 haiku #28

libre arbitre par j. kiley © Jennifer Kiley 2012

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4 thoughts on ““Fate” Haiku #28

    • “Above all, mine is a love story. Unlike most love stories, this one involves chance, gravity, a dash of head trauma. It began with a coin toss. The coin came up tails. I was heads. Had it gone my way, there might not be a story at all. Just a chapter, or a sentence in a book whose greater theme had yet to be determined. Maybe this chapter would’ve had the faintest whisper of love about it. But maybe not. Sometimes, a girl needs to lose.”
      ~ Gabrielle Zevin, Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac ~


  1. I like the idea that snow falls in July. As you know, I don’t believe in Karma as it smacks of Original Sin and emotional blackmail by organised religions. I think fate is within us…and is determined by the bloodline…I prefer this idea than the more personalised one of Karma…that we atoning for sin committed in a previous life…I don’t believe in previous lives…just the lives of our ancestors that are in the blood, in the collective memory of Humanity!


    • I think I wrote you something about Karma being another way to manipulate control. I told Shawn one should not need incentive to be noble and a decent person. it should be who you are or not. Yes we need to work on ourselves but worrying we will induve punishment so we behave a certain way is not an honest life. Hate organized religious zealots. Those that kill and hate foe\r their religion. jk

      not people who hhave faith.


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