South Padre Island

South Padre Island

Thursday, January 5, 2017

recklessness

Carpe Diem #1118 Recklessness

trusting 
the path to come
too soon
recklessness
saved by words

©  petra domina

Thanks to Chèvrefeuille for daily prompts on 

CARPE DIEM HAIKU KAI


15 comments:

  1. Nice tanka poem. I'm new to writing on Blogger, will have to work out how to do the tags which I see by your post they are called Labels. Interesting.

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    1. Thanks, Elsie. I find the 'labels' on the right side under post settings on the page where I write the posts. Maybe yours will be there too. Took me quite a while to get things figured out to suit me. Then something changes and I have to do it all again! Keeps the old brain working.

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  2. I like that very much. Very interesting concept. Funny chat about Labels!

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    1. Pleased you liked the tanka. Well, us ladies of 'wisdomed years' have to help each other!

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  3. I like that very much. Very interesting concept. Funny chat about Labels!

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  4. Deep and very interesting. Had to read twice. Like - "Less is more" :)

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    1. I am really attempting to work on using as few words as possible just for the fun of it.

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  5. Nice ! I had to read it twice too. :)

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    1. I found this one to be a real challenge to write.

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  6. I like your response. As I haiku it is complete, as a tanka it is resolved.

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    1. Oh, my. Had not thought about a tanka being resolved. I have so very much to learn. Thanks so very much for this comment.

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  7. Interesting tanka. The journey continues.

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    1. Yes, and it promises to be an interesting journey.

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  8. Nice tanka Janice! Words have a way of being a saving grace

    Hank

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