A Haiku for Difficult Times

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When the leader of a small group I am in suggested that we each write a haiku about our relationship with creativity, I had to look up what the pattern is for a haiku. (I am not a poet.) I stared for a while at the screen, muttering. Because, frankly, my relationship with creativity has been highly contentious of late, a lot of circling and snarling. Here’s what I settled on:

 

I chip at granite
Hoping to spark ideas
Ow ow ow—what’s this?

 

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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  1. Jim Macano
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    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family

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