Forgive me!

“Listen, I swear, it

Will never happen again.”

“Look! Not good enough.”




10 thoughts on “Forgive me!

    1. True true…

      Look, not good enough.
      Look! Not good enough.

      Probably they’re in the middle of something? Caught in the act? She’s looking at something abs and says it’s not good enough? πŸ™‚
      punctuation makes all the difference here, or at least it should.

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    2. Wow! I don’t think I’m that skilled but it’s nice to know that you hold such an opinion of my writing abilities. It’s just plain haiku… I don’t know.
      Talk about broad questions… I’ll reply to your this very question tomorrow as I’ll be in the mood to continue writing up my “About” section. The answer I’ll give you will directly go “as is” into “About” page. Two birds with one stone πŸ™‚


    3. I tried. And tried. And tried again…
      First off, I apologize for not writing anything here yesterday, although promised to.
      Now, the skill bit. I don’t believe my scribbles are any special. Just some 17 syllables haiku and nothing more.
      I read your poetry and I can see that you think differently than I do. And I like yours better than mine.

      Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I think in pictures / clips… I mean, I don’t think in words, it’s hard to do in both Rusian and English.
      Generally for haiku I would have a flash picture of something out of blue, sometimes prompted by simply reading something. I’ll have the gist of what I want to convey. Then I flesh it out: Family drama, funny situations, some phylosophical observations, the natural occurrences, etc.
      I guess it works pretty much the same with minor alterations for virtually all authors.
      Ok, I start talking out of my duff now! πŸ™‚ better stop writing the answer.
      If nothing else, it’s my honest answer πŸ™‚
      Hope you’re having a good day


    4. Hey Ilya !! Dude…thanks a tonne for your appreciation… But you know what? Your short..simple yet effective haiku skills inspire me a lot…you approach of framing haiku’s reflects how we perceive our lives on a daily basis. Thanks buddy! Keep inspiring :-* much love πŸ™‚

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