Sleeping on a Concrete Carpet
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That foot, heartbreaking…….very good writing too, I like how you keep it simple, don’t try to work our emotions, leaving ‘his’ dignity in tact, if that makes sense.
You have some moving photos of the homeless on your blog. Thanks for keeping us aware of the many needs outside our doors.
Sad part is–almost of all these people have died. It is a tragedy that is often overlooked.
Thanks for stopping in from Scotland!
full bottle meal, had a few of those, great series going here on the nexus of art, spirit and politics, cool,
thanks for the comment on this
and no matter how much we might be sceptical, what happy dreams he would have with that. Your poetry is non-judgemental, just conveying the vision. Excellent.
thanks narnie 🙂
A very powerful message indeed! Some people may find this haiku sad. To me, it is quite the contrary. Keep flowing!
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