“Serendipity” Haiku #30

“Serendipity” Haiku #30
By Jennifer Kiley
art by j. kiley
December Month of the Haiku 31 days 31 haiku #30+ 1 piku

événement imprévisible par j. kiley © Jennifer Kiley 2012

fantaisie par j. kiley © Jennifer Kiley 2012

Philip Glass – Tirol Concerto – Movement II (Part 2)

4 thoughts on ““Serendipity” Haiku #30

  1. A split second bursts apart the moment. We step through the space into a new story. The last is torn, its pages discarded, left littering a previous street. The ripped fragments blow away like old confetti. That street is empty now, those bitter moments eradicated. We do not look back.


    • A certain familiarity with the transcendental thoughts in your comment. It is so brilliantly stated. I love the concept and feel sometimes that moments in my life have happened exactly in that fashion. I have a difficult time letting the empty street vanish. There is a tendency for me to look back to be sure it isn’t still there. A touch difficult in letting things go at times and then at others I cannot distance myself far enough. But there is the haunting effect. There must be something to other planes of consciousness b/c I definitely feel haunted sometimes. What would it be if not another level other than the one we are on?


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