In, “Daily Haiku Pleading,” the baring of weight can break things.
In today’s “Daily Haiku Pleading,” I offer two examples. One in the sense of when subfreezing weather forms icicles created by a bright sun melting snow or ice, a continued runoff producing a spike of ice that can pose both a safety and structural damage.
The second, we are like an icicle, droplets of struggles compiling over time forming an ice storm, in return creating a triple fold of health issues if we don’t learn to release our anxieties. We must melt, transform.
Daily Haiku Pleading
Water forming ice,
under a gray frozen sky,
trees beg for mercy.
©Linda J. Wolff (Google), and Daily Haiku Pleading
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