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One Deep breath (14): Solitude

At One Deep Breath the week’s prompt is solitude, or more specifically, wabi-sabi which has many interpretations in Western culture. In general, the meaning implies beauty in imperfection, impermanance, and incompleteness. It also infers a sense of solitude.

look down at the sky
on the ground, the city,
unreachable lights

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  1. Lovely haiku – the idea of looking down at the sky is engaging.


    AnonymousSeptember 6, 2006 @ 4:33 pm
  2. love this one, your poems are always so interesting and unique. -Jennifer (life’s snapshots)

    AnonymousSeptember 7, 2006 @ 1:42 am
  3. Look down at the sky

    Wow! This is deep! For me, I think it urges me to look down into myself to see everything (the universe).

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