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posted by Bill | 10:10 AM
It's a strange coincidance that you wrote this today. We just got word of the death of our daughter's father-in-law. There is a lot of pain in the family night now.Adelaide
So sorry to hear that, Adelaide. You and yours will be in my thoughts and prayers.
I like this haïku very much,perhaps because I know this feeling well... I've often been pondering the question if it's good or not to think about a pain. It depends on the pain, I guess.
poignant and relatable...this pain not my own...winter stars(one from a year ago)
__The hurt we don't wish to think about, still punctuates our being;at each period... the pain returns.__Your truth, Bill. _m
Thanks, Monika and doug for the thoughtful comments. And, Polona, thanks for that lovely haiku.
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