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how narrow my life
hampered, hemmed in by illness
sphere of contacts shrinks
© Freya Pickard 2016

15 Responses to 2 – 19

  1. Yeas of solitude have taught me to enjoy my own company and welcome visitors as they pass through. Wishing you improved health and energy.

  2. So profound, Freya. Please hang in there. It is well. 🙂

  3. Your haiku poems are beautiful! I wish you carefree days of sunshine and warmth. 🌷 🌼 🌞 🌸 💐

  4. Libby says:

    Hopefully when the warmer weather returns so will your return to ‘normality’. Wishing you well and an ongoing recovery.

    • purehaiku says:

      thank you, Libby! not sure “normality” will ever return! will try and email to explain what’s going on, but until there’s some let up in the current situation, I just don’t have enough time to get my thoughts downs in a coherent manner!

  5. Yes, how our world can seem to shrink with life events like this. We passed through a similar phase recently as well. I find that writing three lines/seventeen syllables helps keeps the windows and doors open. Continued healing for you.

  6. julespaige says:

    So one arm chair travels with imagination.
    We do what we can.
    Some will be there always… as best they can.

  7. You certainly seem to be having a rough time of things.

    • purehaiku says:

      I’m slowly getting over the chemo/cancer still but feel as tho I’ve been knocked back recently with immediate family illnesses…! thank you for taking the time to read and comment, my friend!

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