True! Sad, but true. :)
...or exuberantdepending on your reading of it.
Whew, this is so right on!
So much crystalized thought in few words! Nice.
Sounds almost nice. I like the smell of my compost - so chuck me in the compost bin when the time comes.Bring it on (slowly)
Sobering, no? You've spoken a lifetime in 13 words. Excellent poem! Rick
yep so very true- so breathe baby breathe!
That is so, so true.
Bend to smell those roses, pal,and embrace the dying bitchearth, for not long ago in thegreat scheme of things, weentities co-created this plane,and set it up as a classroom,life after life after life, and stillwe never learn.
I do smell the roses Glenn, and I also sniff the air, as some may have noticed.
FABULOUS. Great Mag. Love and Light, Sender
The scent, aah yes! time means nothing- Thanks.
oh Stafford this was too sadno hope in these wordsonly resignationdeath and that's it....ah..but you did make reference to eternity.....
So well said. Thanks
Wonderful. Succinct, but leaving nothing out.
Short, but not necessarily sweet? LOL :)
Just right... I liked it.
One day vs eternity. So it is.
Not exactly fair is it?Not exactly our choice, though, unfortunately.
Wow Stafford you have sumed our days up our days amazingly in such few words...sad, yet profound.
true - love the haiku.
Just excellent, Stafford.
Excellent - you said it all!
you got me completely hands down..awesome writing one more time...
so you support the recycling movement...smiles.
Short, sad, true. Well said.
powerful,so smart tale.
One eternity to be in it.Ah breathe... that's the most important thing. Thank heavens you found me. I really enjoyed your comments. Yes I did write, Great Balls of Fire, LOL.
A great epitaph!
Short and thoughtfully sweet.
I love this.So glad I stopped by!
'Aint that the truth!
Very sad. Very true.
Short and sweet and it's true.
Oh! how I yearn to write like this again ...
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